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CENSUS REGIONS AND GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION 





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1963 CENSUS 
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RETAIL TRADE 
AREA STATISTICS 

PART 2 Indiana to New York 




DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, John T. Connor, Secretary 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, A. Ross Eckler, Director 



Acknowledgments 

This report was prepared in the Business Division under the super- 
vision of Harvey Kailin, Chief, and Henry Wulff, Assistant Chief for 
Census Programs. 

Robert Viehman, Chief, Retail Trade Branch was responsible for the 
retail trade segment of the Census of Business. Philip Chenoweth 
was in charge of reviewing, selecting, and coding the Federal income 
tax reports for non-employer establishments. 

Gerda Mones was the division's liaison officer with the Jeffersonville 
Operations Office and supervised the division's professional staff at 
that office. Gerald Post contributed to the entire project, particularly in 
the analysis and collection of reports for the large and complex cor- 
porate organizations. Robert W. Scheidel, Patricia A. Clark, Mabel N. 
Foster, and C. Daniel Bremer also participated in the analysis of data 
and preparation of the report. Staff assistance was provided by Ralph 
S. Woodruff, Assistant Division Chief, Research and Methodology, and 
Max Shor, Assistant Division Chief, Staff and Special Projects. 

Systems and procedures were developed in the Economic Operations 
Division, M. D. Bingham, Chief, by Sol Dolleck, Assistant Chief for 
Systems, assisted by Samuel Schweid, Nathan Lesowitz, and Jack 
Margolis. Heyward D. Glisson developed and supervised the electronic 
PlippAM Qp THF CENSUS computer programming under the direction of John S. Lannan. Quality 

control plans and procedures were developed and supervised by Herman 

A Ross Erklpr Di rprtnr ^' f^^s*^^"' assisted by George Minton. Others who participated in the 

as turv cr, uireciur development of systems and procedures were Jack Scharff, Irving Weiss, 

Hnward C Pripw^Q Jerry S. Cooper, William W. Perry, Maxwell Jeane, Peter Ohs, and Carl 

Deputy Director 

Processing of retail reports was performed at the Jeffersonville Opera- 
tions Office under the direction of Robert D. Krook. Gene P. King and 
DiioiMi-oo r\ o Waller Wynne, Jr., were directly in charge of the Economic Census 

BUSIInESS division Operations Branch. Data processing and related operations were per- 

. formed by the Data Processing Systems Division, Robert F. Drury, 

Harvey Kailm, Chief chief, and R. M. Mlcoly, Assistant chief. 

Louis Greenberg, in his capacity as Census of Business Coordinator, 
made important contributions to the planning and operational phases 
of the work. 

D 

ne incorporate the area preprints, series 



Library of Congress Card No. A66-7302 



Suggested Citation 



U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census of Business, 1953 

Vol. 2, Retail Trade — Area Statistics 

Part 2, Indiana to New York 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1966 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents. US. Government Printing Office. 
Washmgton, DC. 20402. or any Department of Commerce field office. Price 
$18 50 ('or parts 1, 2. and 3) 



1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS 




Retail Trade— Area Statistics part 2 



CONTENTS 



[Page numbers listed here show the chapter prefix which appears as part of number for each page] 

page 

PART 1 Introduction 1 

United States Summary 1-1 

Alabama to Illinois 2-1 to 15-1 

PART 2 Indiana 16-1 

Iowa 17-1 

Kansas 18-1 

Kentucky 19-1 

Louisiana 20-1 

Maine 21-1 

Maryland 22-1 

Massachusetts 23-1 

Michigan 24-1 

Minnesota 25-1 

Mississippi 26-1 

Missouri 27-1 

Montana 28-1 

Nebraska 29-1 

Nevada 30-1 

New Hampshire 31-1 

New Jersey 32-1 

New Mexico 33-1 

New York 34-1 

PART 3 North Carolina to Wyoming 35-1 to 52-1 

Guam and the Virgin Islands 53-1 to 54-1 

Appendixes 55-1 



Indiana 



CONTENTS 

[Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 16-, which appears as part of number for each page.] 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 18 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 36 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 55 

7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 67 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 68 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 69 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 71 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 72 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 74 



INDIANA 




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/ S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



16-3 



1958 



$5,176,591,000 



State total 



EACH SYMBOL = 
5% CHANGE 



1963 

#####25% 



INDIANA Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 



Lumber, BIdg. Materials, Farm [= 444 
Equip., Hardware Dealers p^470 

#i6% 



General Merchandise 
Group Stores 



Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



566 



__777_^ 



$6,475,730, 



1218 
1402 






Gasoline Service ^=422 "^ 
Stations j^H 529 

#####25% 

Apparel, ^266 
Accessory Stores P^^^^^ 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^249 
Equipment Stores ^ 271 

##9% 

1= ?71 
Eating, Drinking Places ^^450 

Drug Stores, ^ 187 
Proprietary Stores |Bl 237 




1300^ ^ 



Other Retail Stores 



^^4 75 
^■■550 



i 114 
Nonstore Retailers b ^35 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ " 1958 1963 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census ^ 



16-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-5 



TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



RETAIL TRADE 1 TOTAL. 



521 

522-52'4 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5« 

5U1 

5U2 

5«3 

511 

5U5-5"(9 



56 

561i567 

562-3t568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

561 1 569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

59"4 

595 

596 

597 

596 

599 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL. . > 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

HEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD] MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 
TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS. APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 



■^1 U66 

132 

r676 

658 



6 551 
5 293 
176 
155 
237 
690 



2 592 
1 379 
1 213 



6 446 
843 
627 
159 
366 

1 142 
556 
751 

2 002 



7 013 
4 878 
2 135 



470 486 
214 732 
36 207 
68 800 
150 747 



401 523 

327 888 

19 627 

8 350 



^^303 187 
60 097 
112 350 
88 503 
23 847 
""61 545 
60 085 
9 110 



270 818 
159 722 
HI 096 



449 822 
313 407 
136 415 



237 480 

228 840 

8 640 



550 052 
53 578 
18 146 
12 804 
17 367 

236 719 
38 255 
90 175 
83 008 



6 244 950 



458 020 
213 706 
33 051 

62 704 
148 559 



■ 773 029 

"511 015 

" 132 583 

129 431 



1 333 398 

1 267 981 

18 541 



1 279 078 



' 297 211 

59 361 
110 940 

87 773 
23 167 

60 123 
58 211 

8 576 



257 787 
152 599 
105 188 



432 422 
304 737 
127 685 



234 714 

226 622 

8 092 



514 154 
45 140 

13 852 
12 184 

14 497 
231 553 

35 845 
87 273 
73 810 



US 904 



1 854 
110 
613 

1 131 



2 695 
533 

960 



2 909 
1 399 

1 510 



8 495 
5 916 
2 579 



1 455 

1 300 

155 



444 
152 
312 

1 094 
689 
994 

1 804 



2 817 
938 
467 
754 
658 



1 162 
110 
521 
531 



4 664 
3 749 

(M 



1 991 

1 021 

970 



6 957 
4 864 
2 093 



3 983 
534 
218 
114 
180 
800 
443 
688 

1 006 



443 642 
214 962 
37 020 
73 506 
118 154 



565 577 
360 017 
106 553 
99 007 



265 716 
60 213 
96 243 



248 782 
156 317 
92 465 



371 164 
247 951 
123 213 



186 737 

181 159 

5 578 



474 723 
44 577 

11 905 

12 901 
14 576 

180 443 
40 143 



4 905 869 



426 368 
210 436 
32 700 
67 182 
115 050 



550 937 

360 017 

104 867 

86 053 



8 423 
5 298 
28 311 



258 774 
58 763 
94 223 
81 338 
12 885 
46 805 
50 101 
8 882 



233 916 

149 609 

84 307 



346 698 
234 205 
112 493 



184 525 

179 265 

5 260 



438 405 
37 075 
9 879 
12 389 
12 568 

174 877 
36 701 
97 774 
57 142 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. ''Revised 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, ate shown separately in this table. 
"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 

Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition. 



16-6 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2 The State: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
521 
5251 
5252 



53 PIRT* 
531 
533 
539 



5U3 
5mi 
5«5 
5U6 
5462 
5U63 
5U9 



55 EX.551 



562-31568 
562 

563 1 568 
563 I 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES. . . . , 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING . . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL t ACCESSORY STORES. 



U3 261 



177 
607 
302 
288 
35B 



956 
636 
320 



561 
597 
256 



155 
107 
308 
2M0 



229 

tit 
392 



85« 
57B 
276 



1170 466 
168 973 
45 759 
15 934 
19 617 
656 
68 800 
150 747 



' 777 273 

"511 015 

^■133 791 

127 163 

4 397 

907 



401 523 
327 888 
18 732 
895 
8 350 
7 418 
10 544 
20 270 
15 754 
4 515 



299 820 

083 531 

994 206 

25 367 

63 958 

82 596 

66 747 

16 506 

48 438 

13 437 

29 154 

5 847 



303 187 

60 097 

S8 266 

1 831 

112 350 

88 503 

23 847 

3 219 
707 

1 127 

16 647 



9 814 

1 126 

46 699 

8 728 

382 



6 244 950 



458 020 
166 683 
45 023 



^^773 029 
''511 015 
"■132 583 
124 541 



1 333 398 

1 267 981 

17 748 

793 

7 154 
6 210 

8 728 



279 078 

0B3 245 

993 920 

25 357 

63 958 

58 884 

54 577 

18 506 

43 865 

11 913 

27 006 

4 947 



^"297 211 

59 361 

57 715 

1 645 

110 940 

87 773 

23 167 

3 089 



56 636 
23 096 

6 705 
2 990 



•^112 194 
''76 073 
''20 661 
14 953 



98 655 

66 805 

1 540 

76 

549 

B24 

1 065 

4 876 

4 000 

876 

205 

595 



110 596 

90 627 

81 560 

3 234 
5 633 

4 998 
9 378 

2 097 

3 596 
1 346 
1 763 

467 



=■40 907 

8 595 

e 303 

292 

15 275 

12 507 

2 759 

517 



■■8 130 

7 877 

299 



087 437 
435 629 
127 110 
63 585 
51 368 
1 630 
155 045 
241 87C 



2 278 231 

1 575 368 

''385 102 

307 B46 

8 274 

1 541 



34 167 

1 282 

11 057 

16 833 
20 210 

100 444 

82 595 

17 646 
3 996 

12 001 



2 127 721 
1 743 115 
1 578 957 
61 499 
102 659 
92 465 
186 713 
42 237 
63 191 
22 585 
32 056 



"^779 594 

1S9 622 

153 925 

5 696 

290 072 

236 410 

53 552 

9 725 



ri54 085 

154 213 

5 450 

27 511 

3 317 

117 935 



13 094 

4 674 

1 395 

754 

783 

23 



^^9 423 

"■25 064 

'"g 200 

4 900 

215 



32 129 

26 462 

523 

36 

216 

444 

402 

1 817 

1 509 

308 



21 932 

17 354 

15 724 

597 

1 033 

1 089 

2 150 
590 
749 
293 
346 
106 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. ""Revised. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC inajor group 53. are shown separately In this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-7 



TABLE 2 The State: 1963 



■Continued 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments With 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


57 


FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


2 592 
1 379 
1 002 

187 

lOB 
116 
36 
61« 
355 
21 U 

175 

8 017 

5 528 

3 77U 
215 

1 299 
240 

2 4P9 

1 427 

1 280 
147 

6 446 
843 
627 
147 
480 
159 

69 
90 

366 
309 

57 
582 
422 
138 
556 
751 
248 

38 
209 
256 

471 
119 
80 
67 
204 
338 
27 
22 
98 
25 
49 
502 

2 059 

82 

213 

1 764 


1 898 
989 
726 
149 

74 
18 
22 
460 
299 
150 
43 
107 

7 013 
4 878 

3 340 
209 

1 115 
214 

2 135 

1 353 

1 230 

123 

4 277 
591 
253 

13 
240 
113 
41 
72 

200 
173 

27 
504 
292 
102 
380 
569 
212 

14 
151 
192 

343 
79 
59 
57 

106 

320 
25 
18 
56 
17 
21 

172 

443 
70 
127 
246 


270 818 
159 722 
132 269 

18 910 
5 107 
2 324 

1 112 
62 978 

28 850 

19 268 

2 735 
16 533 

449 822 
313 407 
226 808 
19 393 
48 053 

19 153 
136 415 

237 480 

228 840 

8 640 

550 052 
53 578 

18 146 
1 260 

16 886 
12 804 

5 209 
7 595 

17 367 
15 400 

1 967 

155 577 

73 294 

7 848 

38 255 
90 175 

20 407 
825 

39 HI 

29 832 

19 569 

4 838 

5 635 

6 338 
6 177 

14 862 

3 220 
1 480 

4 043 
860 
940 

15 046 

186 168 
78 683 
42 714 
64 771 


257 787 

152 599 

126 670 

18 268 
4 689 
2 110 

862 
60 022 

27 944 

17 222 

2 453 
14 769 

432 422 
304 737 
220 934 

19 161 
45 705 

18 937 

127 685 

234 714 

226 622 

8 092 

514 154 

45 140 

13 352 

256 

13 596 

12 184 
4 959 
7 225 

14 497 

13 008 
1 489 

153 523 
70 628 

7 402 
35 845 
87 273 

19 611 
571 

38 249 

28 842 

17 877 

4 402 

5 189 

6 016 
4 851 

14 532 

3 206 
1 448 
3 545 

784 

600 

11 360 

173 178 
78 623 
41 702 
52 853 


38 920 
24 155 
19 988 

2 948 
732 
348 
139 

8 608 

3 735 
2 422 

258 

2 164 

91 517 
73 713 
54 385 
5 239 

8 656 
5 433 

17 804 

30 875 

30 064 

811 

57 188 

3 211 
2 514 

34 

2 480 

1 702 

576 

1 126 

1 760 

1 596 
164 

9 433 
5 871 

978 
5 938 
13 304 

2 566 
106 

5 369 
5 263 

3 212 
556 
676 
771 
666 

2 522 
698 
272 
442 
133 
74 

2 455 

27 412 
9 181 
5 549 

12 682 


758 345 
464 336 
381 249 
57 638 

16 343 
6 199 

2 907 
170 696 

75 476 

47 837 
5 104 

42 733 

1 911 761 
1 536 337 
1 127 700 
105 778 
192 319 
110 540 
375 424 

611 801 
594 690 

17 111 

1 131 768 
63 710 

48 852 
711 

48 141 

35 335 

12 466 
22 869 

36 032 
32 967 

3 065 
190 186 
110 202 

19 432 
113 914 
271 552 

50 765 

2 540 

118 655 

99 592 

61 356 
10 722 
15 230 
15 049 

13 871 

49 914 
13 245 

5 600 
9 568 
2 582 
1 442 

43 974 

551 651 
184 109 
116 097 
2S1 445 


8 954 
5 438 

4 370 
613 
291 
114 

50 

1 985 
913 
618 

97 
521 

44 230 
36 731 
26 956 

2 259 

5 420 
2 096 
7 499 

10 702 

10 299 

403 

16 076 

1 367 

912 
18 
894 
570 
230 
340 

515 
461 
54 

2 387 
1 409 

277 
1 572 

3 070 
782 

45 
1 181 
1 062 

1 151 
221 
287 
211 
342 
662 
161 

87 
203 

40 
585 

6 656 

2 654 

1 169 

2 833 


2 228 




5712 






















5719 


MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 


36 

493 


5732 


R4DI0. TELEVISION STORES 


344 
















EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















CAFETERIAS 


184 
















DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 










. 




























155 






452 






129 






53 


5943 


STATIONERY STORES 


76 
389 






324 






65 






417 


5969 ( 

I 


OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES ^ 


243 
138 






571 






229 






40 






153 






149 






536 






127 






78 






50 






215 






327 






18 






13 






103 






26 






52 






529 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


1 607 






20 






153 


535 


DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS 


1 634 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in ttiis table. 



16-8 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kmd-of-business group 



Lumber, building 
mails., hardware, 
farm equip dealers 



Estab- 
lish 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores ■ 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



ADAMS COUNTY 

BERNE. 

OECATUr; 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ALLEN COUNTY 

FORT *AYNE 

NEW HAVEN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY . . 

COLUMBUS 

EDINBURG (PARTI' . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

BENTON COUNTY 



BLACKFORD COUNTY . . . 
DUNKIRK (PARTI • . . 
HARTFORD CITY. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOONE COUNTY 

LEBANON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BROWN COUNTY 



CARROLL COUNTY . . . . 

DELPHI 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CASS COUNTY 

LOGANSPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLARK COUNTY 

CHARLESTOWN 

CLARKSVILLE 

JEFFERSONVILLE . . . 

SELLERSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLAY COUNTY 

BRAZIL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLINTON COUNTY . . . . 

FRANKFORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



DAVIESS COUNTY . . . 
WASHINGTON .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



DEARBORN COUNTY. . . 

AURORA 

GREENOALE 

LAWRENCEBURG . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



DECATUR COUNTY . . . . 

GREENSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DE KALB COUNTY .... 

AUBURN 

GARRETT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. . . . 

NUNC IE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DUBOIS COUNTY 

HUNTINGBURG 

JASPER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ELKHART COUNTY . . . . 

ELKHART 

GOSHEN 

NAPPANEE (PARTI' . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FAYETTE COUNTY . . . . 
CONNERSVILLE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



32 2 It 

196 

103 
50 



1 003 
70« 
299 



37 366 
e 5147 

20 820 
8 001 

^■367 9U2 

'"31U 611 

12 138 

41 193 



5 010 
20 723 

20 31(8 
(Dl 

15 521 
(Dl 

38 4tl 

21 257 

17 leu 



21 051 

8 795 
12 256 

55 916 
46 527 

9 389 

65 090 

4 599 
2 968 

41 437 
6 129 
9 857 

25 860 
19 152 

5 708 



29 383 
22 188 
7 195 

29 758 

10 309 
639 

13 054 
5 746 

27 198 
21 573 
5 525 

31 332 

14 569 
5 307 

11 465 



163 219 
79 043 
35 082 



28 124 
25 528 
2 595 



5 244 950 

35 366 

8 093 

19 998 

7 275 

^■360 698 

^■309 731 

11 730 

39 237 



(Dl 
19 595 

19 236 

(Dl 

15 119 

(Dl 

35 403 

20 783 
15 620 



19 853 
8 039 
II 814 



2 792 
40 719 
5 865 
9 021 

24 240 
18 395 
5 844 

37 230 
29 490 

7 740 



28 Oil 
21 558 
6 453 

27 984 

9 789 

639 

12 354 



25 216 
20 535 
4 681 



36 859 

6 871 

19 339 

10 649 

155 679 

75 405 

33 716 

8 790 

35 756 

26 708 

24 375 

2 332 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
'Edinbuig IS in Bartholomew and Johnson Counties. 
^Dunkirk is in Blackford and Jay Counties. 
'Nappanee is in Elkhart and Kosciusko Counties. 



3 231 
809 

1 882 
540 

"44 761 

"■38 562 

1 204 

4 995 



(Dl 
101 

1 804 

1 951 
(Dl 

1 604 

(01 

3 507 

2 206 
1 401 



791 

5 369 

354 
347 
4 231 
487 
940 



2 533 

2 105 
428 

3 087 
1 504 

499 
984 

17 688 
14 383 
3 305 

3 281 
613 

1 873 
795 

17 256 
8 583 
3 759 
938 
3 976 

2 799 
2 603 

196 



14 151 939 

63 235 

16 211 

35 334 

10 591 

"■875 646 

^753 504 

24 109 

98 235 



(Dl 
(Dl 

35 146 

38 584 

(Dl 

31 090 

(01 

74 647 
44 200 
30 447 



31 132 

13 293 

17 839 

112 276 

96 632 

15 444 

130 285 

7 527 

8 036 
85 173 
11 106 

18 443 

40 375 

31 946 

8 429 

76 032 

50 507 

15 525 



51 143 

50 915 
10 228 

55 187 
19 240 
2 652 
23 909 
10 186 

51 430 
42 924 

8 506 

57 803 
29 559 

9 525 
16 519 

351 789 
289 854 
61 935 



332 174 
164 259 

74 274 
18 299 

75 332 

53 895 
49 751 
4 145 



I 073 
245 
655 
172 

"■13 690 

"■ll 954 

400 

1 344 



1 081 
873 
208 



865 
718 
147 

993 
500 
174 
319 

5 603 

4 512 

991 



5 222 

2 547 
1 238 

267 



470 486 

4 325 

777 

2 379 

1 159 

19 044 

10 643 

568 

7 713 



3 957 

2 385 
1 582 



2 575 

952 

1 514 



591 

767 
1 477 



3 939 

1 680 

2 059 



3 565 
2 059 
1 527 



4 053 

3 089 

974 



9 560 

1 642 

2 598 
995 



AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 

















Kmd-ol-business 


group -continued 














Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


i 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




6 551 


1 401 523 


2 836 


1 299 820 


6 127 


529 101 


2 563 


303 187 


2 592 


270 818 


e 017 


449 822 


1 427 


237 480 


6 446 


550 052 


2 059 


185 158 


1 


43 
9 
18 
16 


6 910 

1 291 

4 923 

696 


36 

10 
21 

5 


8 840 
1 754 
6 543 

543 


35 

22 
9 


2 453 
424 

1 761 
268 


20 

4 
14 
2 


1 302 

(D) 
942 
(Dl 


22 

8 
9 
5 


1 594 
928 
633 
33 


41 
5 
19 

17 


1 820 
224 

1 107 
489 


6 

1 

1 


636 

(Dl 
IDI 
(Dl 


57 

11 

22 

24 


8 275 
2 468 
1 158 
4 650 


17 

2 
7 
6 


99 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


2 
3 

4 
5 


195 

165 

8 

22 


r76 681 

"■67 025 

3 887 

5 769 


131 
98 
6 
27 


75 508 
67 610 

3 004 

4 894 


261 
177 
11 
73 


26 978 
18 728 
1 033 
7 217 


114 

105 

2 

7 


23 656 

22 097 

(Dl 
(Dl 


125 

106 

2 

17 


15 960 

13 158 

(Dl 

IDI 


351 

285 

14 

52 


27 594 
23 755 

1 079 

2 760 


75 
64 

3 
8 


13 464 

12 197 

648 

519 


261 

213 

4 

44 


23 925 

18 885 

903 

4 138 


120 
78 

38 


8 739 

5 218 

20 

3 501 


6 
7 
8 
9 


81 
55 

1 
25 


16 235 

14 340 

101 

(D) 


34 
30 

1 
3 


17 961 

16 988 

(01 

101 


70 

54 

16 


5 014 
4 155 

859 


42 
40 

2 


4 124 
(01 

(Dl 


28 
27 

1 


3 424 
IDI 

IDI 


88 
77 

11 


5 384 
4 921 

453 


13 
11 

2 


2 757 
101 

(Dl 


62 
47 

15 


3 983 
3 191 

792 


35 
27 

8 


1 885 
1 848 

38 


10 
11 
12 
13 


18 


2 103 


15 


3 864 


23 


1 976 


6 


259 


15 


507 


32 


1 053 


6 


419 


26 


4 526 


8 


22 


14 


28 


4 956 


9 


4 596 


24 


1 726 

(Dl 

1 376 

(01 


14 


768 


7 


590 


25 


921 


5 


523 


32 


1 966 


6 


28 


15 


16 
12 


3 832 
1 124 


6 
3 


3 271 
1 325 


19 

5 


11 

3 


665 
103 


6 
1 


(Dl 
IDI 


16 
9 


645 
276 


1 


IDI 
(01 


25 

7 


1 236 
730 


2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


16 
17 
18 


55 
18 
37 


7 894 
4 891 
3 003 


13 

10 
3 


9 369 
(D) 
ID) 


40 
22 
18 


2 766 
I 562 

1 204 


12 

11 
1 


1 266 

(Dl 
IDI 


13 
8 
5 


703 
411 
292 


53 

28 
25 


2 167 

1 267 

900 


10 
5 

5 


1 337 
835 
501 


52 

31 
21 


5 420 
1 719 
3 701 


20 
9 
11 


1 051 
772 
279 


19 
20 
21 


11 


1 231 


6 


484 


7 


370 


1 


IDI 


3 


136 


11 


735 


2 


(Dl 


10 


263 


- 


- 


22 


2U 
9 
15 


2 579 

1 052 
1 527 


13 

7 


7 861 
4 218 
3 643 


21 
11 
10 


1 584 
873 
711 


8 
6 

2 


398 

IDI 
(Dl 


10 
3 

7 


489 
(Dl 
(01 


31 
11 

20 


1 035 
481 
554 


6 
2 
4 


519 
(Dl 
(01 


22 

9 
13 


3 416 

260 

3 156 


8 
2 
6 


90 
IDI 
(01 


23 
24 
25 


5i( 
36 
18 


10 110 
8 560 
1 550 


34 
24 
10 


U 743 
9 881 
1 862 


64 
55 
9 


3 616 

2 940 

676 


33 

29 

4 


2 477 

2 463 

14 


30 
27 

3 


2 153 

IDI 
101 


92 
70 
22 


4 030 

3 438 

592 


14 
10 

4 


2 076 

1 968 

108 


65 
43 
22 


5 320 
3 060 
2 250 


16 
8 
8 


1 156 

(01 
IDI 


26 
27 
28 


83 
8 
8 

35 
6 

26 


19 349 

1 800 
914 

13 979 
524 

2 132 


27 

1 
18 

2 
2 


12 456 
413 
(01 
8 481 
(01 
IDI 


99 
11 
11 
47 
9 
21 


8 566 
749 
916 

4 016 
588 

2 297 


17 
1 

14 

2 


1 585 
IDI 

1 471 
(Dl 


20 

1 

11 
5 

3 


1 772 
(01 

1 511 
108 
IDI 


89 
9 
9 
46 
11 
14 


5 878 

225 

385 

3 315 

1 323 

629 


16 
3 

2 
8 
2 
1 


2 591 
313 
(Dl 

1 681 
(01 
(01 


76 
15 

3 
38 

5 
15 


4 602 
712 
193 

1 830 
225 

1 642 


22 

2 
10 
4 
4 
2 


448 
(01 
102 
310 
28 
(Dl 


29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 


6U 
32 
32 


5 973 
4 723 
1 250 


13 
9 


6 495 
IDI 
IDI 


34 
23 

11 


2 100 

1 681 

419 


13 
11 
2 


756 
(Dl 
(01 


15 
8 

7 


624 
430 
194 


38 
24 
14 


1 437 

1 095 

342 


11 
5 

5 


1 010 
859 
151 


51 
33 

18 


2 800 
1 712 
1 088 


13 
6 

7 


55 
22 

43 


35 
36 

37 


"te 

31 
17 


8 004 
6 788 
1 216 


16 
15 

1 


7 223 
(0) 
(Dl 


46 
28 
18 


3 038 
1 960 
1 078 


21 
19 
2 


2 170 
(01 
(01 


17 
12 

5 


1 555 

1 325 

231 


52 
33 

19 


2 368 

1 559 

809 


9 
3 

6 


1 347 

1 057 

290 


52 
32 

20 


5 453 
3 130 
2 323 


10 
2 
8 


60 
(01 
IDI 


38 
39 

40 


39 


1 992 


6 


1 088 


14 


849 


7 


134 


3 


IDI 


15 


360 


1 


(Dl 


-13 


1 294 


8 


28 


41 


53 
30 
23 


4 874 
3 444 
1 430 


16 
10 
6 


6 217 
4 566 
1 651 


41 
24 
17 


2 418 

1 970 

448 


19 
17 
2 


1 624 

(Dl 
(01 


26 
18 
8 


1 532 

1 358 

174 


42 
29 
13 


1 891 

1 555 

335 


7 
5 

2 


1 091 
(01 
(Dl 


39 
25 
14 


2 477 
1 440 
1 037 


18 
13 

5 


114 
90 
24 


42 
43 
44 


5! 
14 

19 
18 


8 791 

3 442 

4 Oil 
1 338 


20 
6 
2 
9 

3 


4 036 

1 071 
(Dl 

2 280 
IDI 


24 
5 

2 
7 
10 


2 680 
635 
(Dl 

1 064 

(Dl 


26 
14 

11 
1 


1 476 
(Dl 

644 
(Dl 


25 
8 

7 
10 


1 129 
516 

357 
254 


51 
18 
1 
31 
11 


2 857 
875 
(01 

1 253 

(01 


9 

2 

5 
2 


1 151 
(Dl 

618 
(01 


46 
17 

16 
13 


3 172 
1 105 

762 
1 305 


14 

2 
1 
7 


974 
(01 
(Dl 
879 
24 


45 
46 
47 
46 
49 


41 
24 
17 


5 693 

4 729 
964 


18 
14 


4 976 

4 501 

475 


36 
23 
13 


3 520 
2 185 
1 335 


24 
24 


1 589 
1 589 


10 

7 
3 


645 
540 
106 


36 
22 
14 


1 561 

1 121 

440 


8 
4 


730 
651 
79 


31 
18 
13 


2 360 

1 438 

922 


18 
10 
8 


1 057 
931 
125 


50 
51 
52 


41 
12 
11 
18 


6 693 
3 524 

1 113 

2 056 


22 
9 

9 


8 728 
3 628 
1 566 
3 534 


40 
11 
8 
21 


2 912 

1 060 

499 

1 353 


20 
14 

3 
3 


1 940 

1 448 

332 

160 


20 
11 

3 
6 


1 291 
816 
(Dl 
(01 


63 
13 
13 
32 


2 435 
799 
359 

1 277 


6 

2 
2 
2 


626 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 


65 
21 
10 
34 


2 950 

1 244 

533 

1 173 


11 
6 

5 


198 

54 

144 


53 
54 
55 

56 


118 
84 
34 


30 577 
26 456 
4 121 


78 
55 
23 


29 171 
20 571 
8 600 


138 
96 

42, 


11 112 
7 533 
3 579 


77 
66 
11 


8 708 

7 773 

935 


68 
50 
18 


9 172 
8 054 
1 118 


185 
136 
49 


11 583 
9 187 
2 396 


25 

20 
5 


6 058 
5 269 

789 


157 
109 

48 


14 618 
9 398 
5 220 


49 
19 
30 


2 967 
2 193 

774 


57 
58 
59 


41 
16 
15 
10 


6 472 

1 993 

3 554 

925 


22 
10 

9 

3 


9 065 

(Dl 

6 216 

(Dl 


44 
11 
15 
18 


2 780 
748 

1 244 
788 


20 
9 
11 


1 221 
417 

804 


20 

10 
6 


1 100 
219 
781 
100 


55 

14 
25 
15 


2 346 
498 

1 237 
611 


7 
1 
5 


943 
101 
(Dl 


50 
13 
19 
18 


8 020 
IDI 
IDI 

5 046 


8 
1 
1 
5 


1 118 
IDI 
IDI 
IDI 


60 
61 
62 
63 


119 
47 
26 
10 
36 


35 592 
19 704 
7 993 
2 020 
5 875 


104 
39 
17 
5 
43 


39 513 
18 057 
6 737 
2 834 
11 885 


137 
58 
30 

7 
42 


12 681 
5 056 
2 871 
701 
4 053 


58 
33 
17 
5 

3 


7 283 
3 282 
2 331 

(01 
(Dl 


93 
38 
17 
5 
33 


6 902 
2 701 

1 449 
473 

2 279 


155 
71 
35 

5 
45 


9 339 
4 533 

1 714 
491 

2 601 


31 
18 

2 

7 


6 235 

4 111 

747 

(01 

(01 


158 
58 
43 
9 
48 


15 312 

4 821 

5 252 
859 

5 370 


77 
27 
14 

36 


2 108 

1 148 

624 

336 


64 
65 
66 
67 
68 


44 
37 

7 


7 290 
5 244 
2 046 


20 
15 
5 


4 649 

4 607 

42 


30 
28 

2 


2 227 
IDI 
101 


16 
16 


1 952 
1 952 


23 
21 

2 


1 335 
(Dl 
(Dl 


33 
32 

1 


1 684 
(01 
(Dl 


5 
5 


1 191 
1 191 


45 
41 
4 


2 720 

2 551 

59 


11 
9 
2 


2 121 

(Dl 
(01 


69 

70 
71 



16-10 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kmd-of-business group 



Lumber, building 
mails., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



merits 
number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



FLOYD COUNTY 

NED ALBANY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. . ■ . 

ATTICA 

COVINBTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



a76 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . . 

BROOKVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FULTON COUNTY 

ROCHESTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



GIBSON COUNTY 

OAKLAND CITY . . . . 

PRINCETON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



GRANT COUNTY 

FAIRMOUNT 

GAS CITY 

MARION 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



GREENE COUNTY 

LINTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. . . . 

NOBLESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HANCOCK COUNTY . . . . 

GREENFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HARRISON COUNTY. . . . 

CORYDON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY . . . 

BROIINSBUKG 

DANVILLE 

PLAINFIELO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HENRY COUNTY . . . . 
NEW CASTLE . . . < 
REMAINDER OF CCUM 



HOKARD COUNTY 

KOKOMO 

REMAINDEil OF COUrTY. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. . . 

HUNTINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JACKSON COUNTY . . . 

SEYMOUR 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



JASPER COUNTY. . . . 
RENSSELAER .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



JAY COUNTY 

DUNKIRK (PART)^. . . 

PORTLAND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY . . 

MADISON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



JENNINGS COUNTY. . . . 
NORTH VERNON .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JOHNSON COUNTY 



EDINBURG (PART)' . . 

FRANKLIN 

GREENWOOD 

NE» WHITELAND. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



60 206 
57 121 
2 785 

21 728 
9 811 
6 612 
a 215 

13 175 
8 730 
1 715 

21 871 
13 715 
8 159 



8 859 
80 653 
13 591 

32 831 
11 951 

20 883 

11 051 
22 251 

21 603 

35 567 

20 082 
15 185 

15 286 

10 207 
5 079 

39 519 

8 185 

8 621 

11 972 
10 768 

65 001 
13 397 

21 607 

115 328 
88 303 
27 025 

12 718 
30 657 
12 061 



25 389 
11 888 
10 501 

27 386 
6 001 

16 805 
1 580 

33 633 

27 IBS 

6 lie 

16 346 
13 325 
3 021 

56 890 
1 386 
21 979 
19 385 



56 876 
51 969 
1 907 



20 721 
13 517 
7 207 

33 167 

1 936 

20 611 

7 620 

101 531 
1 916 

8 609 
78 515 
12 161 

30 850 

11 551 

19 299 

12 110 

21 733 

20 677 

31 611 

19 752 
11 889 

13 806 

9 709 
1 097 

38 099 
8 083 

8 391 
11 856 

9 766 

61 686 
11 267 

20 619 

111 796 
85 373 
26 123 

10 670 
29 379 

11 291 

39 101 
29 819 

9 582 

23 137 

13 968 
9 169 

26 130 

5 807 

16 295 

1 028 

32 337 
26 819 

5 188 

15 291 

12 923 

2 371 



6 368 

6 232 

136 

1 901 
811 
517 
576 

916 
671 
277 

2 120 

1 515 
605 

3 310 
161 

2 176 
673 

11 399 

309 

791 

9 168 

1 128 

2 630 
1 066 
1 511 

1 391 

2 313 

2 061 

3 056 
1 955 
1 101 

1 216 
885 
331 



676 

725 

1 211 

926 

5 900 
1 266 

1 631 

13 187 
10 721 

2 163 

1 155 

3 121 
1 031 

1 025 
3 213 

812 

2 257 

1 532 
725 

2 360 
185 

1 576 
297 

3 121 
a 675 

519 

1 363 

1 186 

195 



125 567 

122 753 

2 611 

10 912 

16 251 

13 819 

10 872 



12 726 

31 322 

11 101 

65 161 
8 539 

13 711 

12 861 

227 525 

6 599 

11 269 

183 833 

22 821 

50 053 
21 352 
26 701 

85 255 

13 962 

11 293 

60 191 
39 550 

20 911 

21 010 

17 511 
5 529 

69 172 

12 916 
15 835 

22 119 

18 572 

115 311 
83 013 

32 301 

262 655 
212 562 
50 293 



83 903 
65 053 
16 850 

13 969 
30 721 
13 215 



15 768 
28 171 
5 679 

66 858 
55 618 
11 210 

28 816 
21 998 
3 818 



202 

2 625 

393 

976 
393 
565 

1 395 
676 
719 

968 
633 
335 

135 
311 
121 

1 110 
219 
251 
355 
315 

2 025 
1 136 

567 

1 086 

3 277 
809 

1 111 

1 081 

363 

1 312 
997 
315 

671 
152 
222 

785 
163 
511 



3 253 

310 

1 912 

1 031 

1 211 

903 
306 

3 022 
1 221 
1 798 

5 269 

673 

3 295 

1 301 



7 810 

505 

7 305 

6 519 
1 272 
5 277 



1 918 

860 

1 068 

3 865 
263 

1 221 
356 

2 025 

5 Oil 

3 988 

1 056 

9 153 
7 298 

2 155 



1 769 
3 952 

617 



3 270 
372 

2 377 
521 

2 931 

2 093 

836 



6 118 

221 

3 121 

1 015 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
'Edinburg is in Barlholomew and Johnson Counties. 
'Dunkirk is in Blackford and Jay Counties. 



(X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 



Kindof business group -continued | 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug Stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
llsh- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 

lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


c 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No J 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




89 
76 
13 


15 136 

14 557 

579 


28 
28 


12 476 
12 476 


52 

46 
16 


5 049 

4 325 

723 


21 

20 

1 


3 705 
101 
(Dl 


19 
19 


3 665 
3 665 


86 

78 

8 


3 872 
3 578 

194 


14 
14 


2 203 
2 203 


79 
56 

13 


4 248 

3 710 

538 


26 

24 
2 


532 

(01 
(Dl 


1 
2 

3 


52 

19 

26 


6 434 
2 586 
2 284 
1 564 


23 

11 

8 


5 544 

3 204 

(0) 

(D) 


39 
10 
7 
22 


2 387 
775 
375 

1 236 


10 
8 
2 


748 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


U 
6 

1 


809 
(Dl 
(Dl 
220 


34 
15 
8 
11 


1 267 
507 
315 

445 


9 
4 

1 


853 
549 
(Dl 
(01 


45 
18 
9 
19 


2 553 
390 
190 

1 973 


3 

1 

2 


175 
(Dl 
(Dl 


4 
5 
6 
7 


35 
11 

24 


3 892 

1 781 

2 HI 


16 
10 
6 


3 010 

2 559 

441 


15 
5 
10 


938 
479 
459 


9 
6 
3 


379 
347 
32 


3 

2 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


26 
15 
11 


810 
579 
231 


2 
2 


(01 
(Dl 


22 

12 
10 


2 101 

1 167 

934 


- 


80 
80 


8 
9 
10 


33 

10 
23 


5 212 
3 169 
2 043 


23 

11 
12 


3 441 

2 574 

857 


24 
14 
10 


2 249 

1 522 

727 


14 
12 

2 


684 
(01 
(01 


10 

3 
7 


321 
106 
215 


38 
22 
15 


1 130 
751 
379 


5 
2 
3 


570 
(01 
(01 


37 
23 

14 


3 714 
2 020 
1 694 


7 
3 

4 


534 
(Dl 
(01 


11 
12 
13 


69 
11 
28 
30 


7 512 
1 164 
4 731 
1 617 


22 
6 

13 
3 


5 978 

1 499 

4 114 

365 


57 
10 
17 
30 


2 651 
518 
912 

1 221 


22 

16 

2 


2 030 

(01 

1 891 

(01 


13 

3 
6 


1 253 
358 
635 
260 


64 
13 
23 
28 


1 942 
294 
996 
652 


9 
1 

5 

3 


905 
(01 
(0) 
152 


47 
9 
21 
17 


3 765 
185 

1 515 

2 055 


3 
2 
1 


74 
(Dl 
(Dl 


14 
15 
It 

n 


88 
8 
12 
52 
16 


22 393 

921 

1 250 

18 625 

1 597 


49 

3 
34 
8 


26 295 
IDI 
(0) 

18 559 
1 725 


97 

6 
56 
31 


8 752 

188 

540 

6 158 

1 776 


43 

4 

32 

3 


6 538 
56 

238 
6 215 

119 


52 
2 
3 
35 
12 


5 485 

(01 

(Dl 

4 080 

1 150 


134 
3 
11 
91 
29 


7 159 

120 

341 

5 521 

1 077 


19 
1 
1 

14 

3 


5 201 
(Dl 
(01 

4 421 
(01 


97 
5 
10 
59 
23 


7 383 

891 

250 

3 175 

3 067 


31 
2 

24 

5 


1 944 
(Dl 

1 818 
(Dl 


le 
1? 

2C 
21 
22 


67 
20 

47 


6 899 
2 553 

4 346 


19 
8 
11 


6 487 
4 343 
2 144 


55 
8 
47 


3 113 

662 

2 451 


24 
15 
9 


1 378 

734 
544 


19 
11 
8 


1 318 
853 
455 


53 

19 

34 


1 712 

680 

1 032 


7 
2 
5 


792 
(01 
(Dl 


35 


1 587 

316 

1 271 


5 
5 


61 
61 


2: 

21 
25 


46 
17 
29 


9 137 
4 864 
4 273 


22 
16 
6 


9 873 
8 421 
1 452 


50 
19 

41 


4 906 
1 767 
3 139 


23 
9 

14 


1 548 

1 185 

462 


25 
9 
17 


2 235 

825 

1 409 


57 
22 
35 


2 471 
1 008 
1 463 


11 

5 
6 


1 433 
840 
593 


56 
23 
33 


3 022 

521 

2 501 


18 
14 


787 
515 
172 


26 
27 

26 


35 
16 
19 


6 569 
4 607 
1 962 


17 
8 
9 


10 774 
5 100 
5 574 


40 
15 
25 


3 028 
1 351 
1 567 


11 

7 


851 
721 
130 


12 

10 
2 


1 285 
(01 
(Dl 


37 
17 
20 


1 392 
958 

434 


8 
5 
3 


1 197 
945 
252 


52 
23 
29 


5 095 

2 019 

3 076 


15 
15 


150 
(01 
(Dl 


29 
3C 
3 


28 

7 
21 


2 856 

2 277 

579 


15 
14 

1 


3 207 
(0) 
(D) 


21 
8 
13 


1 070 
257 
803 


5 
1 


525 
(Dl 
(01 


5 
3 
2 


768 
(Dl 
(01 


43 
15 
28 


1 037 
457 
580 


3 
3 


407 
407 


20 
10 
10 


2 024 

1 306 

718 


15 
5 
10 


234 
144 
90 


32 

3; 

3« 


37 

5 
5 
7 
20 


10 427 
2 321 
2 190 
4 576 
1 340 


21 
5 
6 

5 
5 


9 739 
3 104 
1 791 
3 418 
1 426 


44 
9 
5 
8 

22 


4 211 
908 
512 
938 

1 753 


17 
3 
4 
8 
2 


879 
109 
(Dl 
539 
(Dl 


15 
3 
5 
4 
3 


500 
73 

233 
44 

150 


49 
5 
6 
13 
24 


1 997 
276 
309 
681 
731 


13 

2 
3 


1 734 
(01 
(01 
774 
(01 


47 
9 

14 
7 

17 


4 966 
691 

1 343 
176 

2 755 


20 

2 

2 
12 


122 
(Dl 

20 
(Ul 

82 


3; 

3< 
3- 

3f 

3? 


77 
41 
36 


13 634 
9 832 
3 802 


46 
35 
11 


15 144 
10 369 
5 775 


85 

45 
40 


6 101 
3 479 
2 522 


31 
23 

8 


2 569 

2 106 
463 


30 
12 
18 


2 666 

1 189 
1 477 


75 
38 
37 


3 909 

2 938 

971 


12 
8 

4 


1 834 

1 402 

432 


73 
39 

34 


7 732 

3 222 

4 510 


18 
11 

7 


458 
345 
113 


4C 
4 
42 


86 
63 
23 


20 455 
14 348 
6 107 


62 
53 

9 


23 714 

20 964 
2 750 


75 
47 
28 


6 722 

4 254 
2 468 


43 
35 
8 


5 701 
4 557 
2 144 


53 

41 
12 


5 297 
5 273 
1 024 


118 
101 

17 


7 251 

5 320 

941 


19 
16 
3 


4 521 

4 042 

479 


111 
78 
33 


12 193 
6 129 

5 064 


45 
32 
13 


1 414 

1 301 

113 


4; 

41 
45 


48 
33 

15 


9 051 
7 639 
1 412 


25 
16 
9 


9 315 
5 507 
2 808 


59 

41 
18 


3 777 
2 544 
1 233 


27 
24 
3 


1 878 

1 815 

52 


22 
15 

7 


1 721 
1 477 

244 


48 
33 
15 


1 951 

1 365 

595 


13 
8 

5 


1 505 
1 291 

315 


52 

34 
28 


4 820 
1 719 
3 101 


21 

17 


1 182 
1 138 

44 


4E 


62 
29 
33 


8 761 
6 246 
2 515 


26 
15 
11 


7 133 
5 000 

2 133 


48 
16 
32 


3 607 
1 935 
1 672 


19 
15 


1 377 

1 327 

50 


18 
12 
5 


1 139 
883 
256 


47 
28 
19 


2 045 

1 378 

667 


7 
4 

3 


1 237 
(Dl 
(01 


39 
23 
15 


6 481 
4 876 
1 605 


9 

7 
2 


274 
(Dl 
(01 


4'; 

5C 
5 


30 
12 
18 


4 877 
3 044 
1 833 


15 

8 

7 


4 438 
2 674 
1 754 


25 
11 
15 


2 093 

863 

1 230 


16 

u 

5 


1 150 

1 067 

83 


5 
3 
2 


801 
(Dl 
(01 


28 
13 
15 


1 077 
650 
427 


6 

3 
3 


596 

488 
208 


50 
23 

27 


4 980 
2 400 
2 580 


25 
10 
16 


481 
(Dl 
(Dl 


52 

5: 

5« 


32 

5 
15 
12 


5 255 

1 695 

3 837 

733 


16 
5 

10 
1 


5 286 

1 917 

(0) 

10) 


35 

5 
15 
14 


2 351 
459 
975 
916 


16 

6 
10 


1 210 
212 
998 


17 

2 
13 

2 


803 
(Dl 
591 

(01 


42 
7 
21 

14 


1 451 
176 
926 
349 


6 
2 
3 
1 


514 
(01 
350 
(01 


39 
8 
24 

7 


3 473 

779 

1 037 

1 657 


10 

5 

4 


740 

700 
40 


55 
56 
51 
5E 


51 
29 
22 


8 213 

5 084 
2 129 


18 
14 

4 


7 240 
5 996 
1 244 


35 
25 
9 


3 073 

2 480 

593 


23 
23 


2 235 
2 235 


11 
11 


1 402 
1 402 


32 

24 
8 


1 620 

1 335 

285 


7 
5 
1 


1 400 
(01 
(Dl 


39 
32 

7 


2 510 

2 104 

406 


5 

3 
2 


1 179 
(01 
(01 


5? 
6C 
6 


30 
12 
18 


3 618 
1 982 
1 636 


6 
5 

I 


4 635 
<D) 


22 

13 
9 


2 091 

1 581 

510 


8 
7 
1 


653 
(01 
(Dl 


8 
5 

2 


354 
(Dl 
(Dl 


28 
21 

7 


942 
722 
220 


6 

2 
4 


376 
(01 
(01 


29 

23 
5 


1 579 

1 430 

149 


3 
3 


138 
138 


62 
6. 

61 


49 
7 

18 
6 

le 


13 494 

1 326 
5 251 
4 285 

2 632 


26 

3 
14 

5 


14 700 

(01 

4 786 

(D) 

199 


59 
12 
17 
18 

22 


6 058 

437 

1 769 

1 754 

2 098 


15 
2 
9 
4 


1 218 
(Dl 
893 
(01 


30 

5 
9 

7 

9 


2 488 
285 
501 
687 

914 


64 
12 
27 
11 
2 
12 


3 593 
(01 

1 282 
901 
(01 
904 


14 

1 
3 

6 


2 525 

(01 
724 
(01 

540 


47 
3 

22 
7 
2 

13 


3 661 

(01 

1 815 

330 

(Dl 

1 327 


24 
6 

1 

13 


244 
(Dl 
118 
(01 

90 


5; 
5« 
6' 

6E 
6'; 
7C 



16-12 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



ments 
(number) 



Kind-ot-busmess group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



KNOX COUNTY 

BICKNELL 

VINCENNES 

REHAINDEF! OF COUNTY. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY . . . 
NAPPANEE (PARTI^ . . 

WARSAW 

FiEMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



LAKE COUNTY. . 
CROHN POINT. 
DYER .... 
EAST CHICAGO 
EAST GARY. • 
GARY .... 
GRIFFITH . . 
HAMMOND. . . 



HIGHLAND 

HOBART 

MUNSTER 

SCHERERVILLE . . . . 

WHITING 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



LA PORTE COUNTY. . . . 

LA PORTE 

MICHIGAN CITY. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. . . . 

BEDFORD 

MITCHELL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MADISON COUNTY .... 

ALEXANDRIA 

ANDERSON 

CHESTERFIELD .... 

ELWOOD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MARION COUNTY 

BEECH GROVE 

INDIANAPOLIS . . . . 

LAWRENCE 

SPEEDWAY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. . . . 

BREMEN 

PLYMOUTH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MARTIN COUNTY 

LOOGOOTEE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



I AH I COUNTY 

PERU 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MONROE COUNTY 

BLOOMINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . 
CRAWFORDSVILLE . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MORGAN COUNTY 

MARTINSVILLE . '. . . 

MOORESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

NEWTON COUNTY 



NOBLE COUNTY 

KENDALLVILLE . . . . 

LIGONIER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



OHIO COUNTY. 



ORANGE COUNTY 

PAOLI 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



57 044 
4 570 

45 472 
7 002 



18 420 

693 251 
26 144 
2 S99 
57 069 
5 413 
258 525 
9 144 
177 403 

36 764 
18 887 
15 683 
7 269 
21 333 
56 718 

133 190 
47 275 
61 866 
24 049 

42 953 
32 227 

5 205 
5 521 

182 392 

11 466 

106 541 

2 659 

18 319 

43 407 



915 535 
14 482 

23 281 

185 074 

43 107 
6 525 
19 520 
17 062 

11 090 
5 298 
5 792 

37 281 

24 566 

12 715 

78 837 
63 979 
14 858 



39 


364 


19 


611 


10 


620 


9 


133 


18 


129 


38 


033 


18 


759 


5 


388 


13 


885 


2 


932 


18 


302 


6 


981 


U 


321 



52 922 

4 225 
43 135 

5 550 



17 528 

570 387 
25 504 
2 565 
52 951 
5 083 
250 617 
8 820 
172 951 

36 420 

18 391 
14 997 

7 249 
20 397 
54 332 

127 662 

45 247 

59 528 

22 787 

40 779 

31 441 

4 685 

4 553 

175 914 

10 446 

104 301 

2 601 

17 555 

42 Oil 

123 500 

2 270 

902 213 

14 346 

23 049 
181 522 



41 501 



35 775 
23 700 

12 075 

75 529 
63 Oil 

13 516 

45 010 
32 813 
12 197 



17 192 
6 737 
10 455 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC malor group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
^Nappanee is in Elkharl and Kosciusko Counties. 



1 565 

79 893 

2 907 
354 

5 184 
503 

31 656 
895 

21 505 

3 354 
1 709 

1 555 
940 

2 749 



14 502 
5 123 

7 035 

2 444 

3 825 
3 040 

484 
301 

19 474 
1 042 

12 549 

272 

1 800 

3 711 

145 533 

337 
121 125 

1 593 

2 278 

20 200 

3 805 
546 

1 987 
1 272 

1 038 
519 
519 

3 727 

2 750 
977 

8 267 
7 054 
1 203 



36 950 


3 531 


18 535 


1 912 


10 094 


922 


8 321 


697 


17 273 


1 558 


35 897 


3 551 


18 575 


1 923 


5 152 


508 



118 318 

5 813 

102 452 

9 053 



31 028 

1 528 441 

55 471 

6 593 

126 055 

10 511 
545 117 

15 731 
444 471 

68 985 
34 101 
33 196 
20 670 
50 775 

112 564 

293 010 
101 748 
143 242 
48 020 

77 537 

61 5U 

9 959 

6 067 

386 882 
22 084 

247 455 

6 373 

36 363 
74 507 

2 945 551 

7 531 
2 450 369 

29 613 

45 487 
402 551 

76 088 

10 286 
40 735 
25 057 

20 665 

11 367 
9 298 

71 861 
52 042 
19 819 

157 799 
141 897 
25 902 

92 588 
59 726 
22 862 

69 515 

37 148 
18 153 
14 215 



73 775 
42 482 
9 828 
21 455 



27 447 
12 074 
15 373 



2 091 

145 

1 752 



19 



989 

517 
385 
325 
842 
1 524 

4 442 

1 494 

2 174 
774 

1 368 

1 072 

164 

132 

5 946 
355 

3 705 



36 759 

498 

803 



360 
184 
175 

1 311 

924 
387 

2 693 
2 224 

469 



1 128 
510 
276 
242 



1 783 


5 728 


2 277 


33 821 


2 470 


ID) 


2 643 


(D) 


7 676 


864 


7 758 


2 000 


789 


(Dl 


(Dl 


1 810 


6 048 


9 343 


3 500 


2 125 


3 717 


2 600 


1 489 


(D) 


101 


15 385 


792 


5 929 


859 


8 795 


42 559 


741 


29 210 


452 


748 


11 418 


5 006 


842 


1 328 


2 838 


750 


517 


243 


2 174 


986 


1 186 


5 716 


3 919 


1 797 


5 934 


1 453 


4 471 


2 537 


1 565 


381 


591 


3 012 


4 575 


1 35C 


756 


2 457 


230 


1 597 


319 


1 278 



AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-13 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 

















Kind-of-business 


group -continued 


















Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasolme service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




i 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


^ 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




93 


12 234 


42 


10 245 


69 


4 140 


22 


1 978 


34 


2 571 


94 


3 788 


21 


2 681 


77 


5 288 


23 


1 303 


1 


15 


1 186 


5 


821 


8 


375 


^ 


185 


5 


378 


13 


288 


4 


240 


13 


838 


2 


(01 


2 


58 


9 728 


33 


9 308 


36 


2 716 


18 


1 793 


23 


2 073 


60 


2 879 


13 


2 314 


51 


2 542 


13 


1 221 


3 


20 


1 320 


t 


116 


25 


1 049 


- 


- 


6 


120 


21 


621 


4 


127 


13 


1 908 


8 


(Dl 


4 


65 


13 536 


40 


11 719 


76 


6 008 


28 


2 432 


31 


2 835 


107 


4 406 


14 


2 176 


95 


8 542 


40 


1 520 


5 


19 


a 376 


16 


7 234 


25 


2 542 


15 


1 794 


14 


2 504 


25 


1 995 


^ 


1 015 


34 


3 119 


19 


1 229 


7 


16 


5 160 


24 


4 485 


51 


3 466 


13 


638 


17 


331 


82 


2 411 


10 


1 161 


61 


5 423 


21 


291 


8 


26 


3 599 


15 


3 920 


26 


1 991 


5 


244 


10 


460 


27 


1 098 


5 


301 


25 


3 400 


9 


169 


9 


662 


184 836 


194 


115 758 


502 


55 959 


290 


39 920 


197 


29 509 


919 


51 034 


142 


23 094 


510 


38 04S 


131 


19 803 


10 


19 


6 205 


12 


7 176 


22 


2 269 


11 


1 101 


10 


1 230 


24 


1 371 


2 


(Dl 


18 


(Dl 


11 


1 328 


11 


8 


652 


- 


- 


5 


1 067 


- 


- 


1 


(01 


10 


405 


2 


(01 


1 


(Dl 


- 




12 


119 


16 579 


17 


12 060 


49 


3 885 


38 


4 948 


u 


2 631 


146 


5 767 


15 


2 555 


62 


3 955 


10 


1 178 


13 


7 


3 163 


1 


(Dl 


7 


924 


- 


- 


- 


(01 


9 


303 


2 


(01 


7 


272 


4 


(01 


14 


253 


60 093 


51 


36 152 


162 


IS 459 


lis 


16 647 


83 


11 S95 


326 


20 064 


50 


8 S37 


189 


16 577 


40 


8 633 


15 


13 


5 210 


2 


(D) 


10 


1 200 


6 


178 


4 


(Dl 


10 


398 


2 


(01 


8 


597 


2 


(01 


16 


106 


40 958 


48 


34 002 


102 


11 806 


74 


12 936 


54 


10 105 


183 


9 749 


29 


5 149 


108 


6 190 


30 


5 551 


17 


21 


11 010 


13 


7 775 


17 


2 971 


5 


(Dl 


6 


780 


19 


1 411 


5 


795 


13 


775 


4 


409 


18 


13 


(01 


3 


776 


21 


2 593 


9 


447 


5 


(Dl 


20 


1 041 


4 


(Dl 


20 


718 


4 


246 


19 


7 


10 298 


6 


(Dl 


6 


782 


5 


(Dl 


4 


(Dl 


12 


564 


5 


827 


7 


459 


2 


(Dl 


20 


1 


(D> 


1 


(Dl 


15 


2 886 


. 


- 


- 


- 


10 


1 561 


2 


(Dl 


5 


120 


2 


(01 


21 


29 


6 932 


5 


3 868 


10 


769 


12 


862 


7 


571 


48 


4 112 


10 


783 


19 


1 167 


3 


38 


22 


66 


16 172 


35 


13 182 


76 


6 348 


12 


1 064 


12 


607 


102 


4 268 


14 


1 861 


53 


3 254 


19 


2 298 


23 


125 


29 953 


61 


27 919 


139 


13 162 


72 


8 400 


60 


4 849 


196 


10 081 


23 


3 940 


113 


9 849 


50 


1 533 


24 


32 


10 741 


21 


10 601 


53 


3 884 


28 


4 026 


26 


2 137 


53 


2 655 


8 


1 445 


35 


3 980 


13 


591 


25 


56 


16 632 


22 


12 581 


43 


3 918 


41 


4 264 


27 


2 180 


86 


4 238 


12 


2 408 


55 


3 799 


27 


698 


26 


37 


2 580 


18 


4 737 


43 


5 360 


3 


110 


7 


532 


57 


3 188 


3 


87 


23 


2 070 


10 


244 


27 


711 


11 700 


31 


7 892 


55 


4 048 


22 


2 127 


18 


2 350 


50 


2 151 


10 


1 420 


53 


3 568 


10 


1 662 


28 


to 


9 269 


20 


5 471 


27 


2 372 


16 


1 711 


12 


1 925 


27 


1 349 


8 


1 205 


28 


3 037 


10 


1 435 


29 


11 


1 247 


3 


931 


5 


452 


5 


(01 


3 


248 


10 


275 


1 


(Dl 


10 


215 


. 


(Dl 


30 


20 


1 184 


8 


1 490 


23 


1 224 


1 


(Dl 


3 


177 


13 


527 


1 


(01 


15 


316 


- 


(Dl 


31 


154 


44 179 


76 


34 078 


161 


12 733 


74 


8 994 


106 


11 39S 


180 


11 176 


39 


7 818 


165 


11 729 


34 


5 274 


32 


19 


(0) 


7 


(0) 


12 


924 


6 


(01 


12 


(Dl 


15 


545 


4 


(Dl 


17 


843 


1 


(01 


33 


69 


25 788 


35 


20 859 


65 


5 316 


46 


6 946 


47 


6 130 


86 


6 354 


23 


4 704 


83 


5 925 


11 


2 643 


34 


1 


10) 


1 


(D) 


7 


511 


- 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


6 


250 


1 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


- 


- 


35 


30 


5 385 


13 


3 835 


22 


1 491 


12 


871 


15 


836 


23 


1 038 


3 


712 


26 


(Dl 


6 


(Dl 


36 


35 


8 120 


20 


7 201 


55 


4 491 


10 


501 


31 


3 364 


50 


2 989 


8 


1 544 


35 


3 927 


16 


1 974 


37 


707 


222 950 


236 


231 111 


741 


82 027 


269 


41 170 


322 


48 458 


974 


88 353 


270 


53 352 


750 


69 298 


336 


53 252 


38 


5 


228 


- 


- 


4 


244 


3 


112 


4 


(01 


9 


299 


1 


(01 


11 


357 


5 


153 


39 


566 


159 113 


186 


201 932 


502 


56 155 


220 


33 648 


256 


40 142 


810 


72 371 


221 


42 142 


611 


61 780 


253 


44 471 


40 


8 


4 535 


1 


(D) 


15 


1 560 


- 


- 


2 


(Dl 


15 


1 749 


3 


(Dl 


9 


466 


5 


113 


41 


8 


7 997 


4 


(01 


14 


1 793 


8 


1 869 


4 


(01 


10 


751 


4 


1 100 


9 


570 


7 


685 


42 


120 


51 077 


45 


26 789 


206 


22 275 


38 


5 541 


56 


7 507 


130 


13 183 


41 


9 335 


110 


6 125 


66 


7 830 


43 


to 


9 457 


28 


8 140 


58 


4 444 


26 


1 407 


27 


1 435 


56 


2 316 


10 


999 


59 


6 282 


23 


624 


44 


4 


ID] 


5 


1 358 


6 


734 


7 


424 


7 


317 


11 


419 


3 


(Dl 


8 


398 


2 


(Dl 


45 


15 


(0) 


13 


3 916 


20 


1 553 


11 


725 


12 


849 


23 


1 085 


2 


(Dl 


24 


1 729 


11 


(Dl 


46 


21 


2 968 


10 


2 866 


32 


2 157 


8 


258 


8 


269 


22 


812 


5 


390 


27 


4 155 


10 


152 


47 


27 


2 682 


6 


2 093 


17 


1 654 


2 


(Dl 


3 


(Dl 


23 


792 


3 


201 


10 


1 384 


5 


590 


48 


10 


1 273 


3 


(Dl- 


7 


704 


1 


(Dl 


3 


(Dl 


11 


354 


2 


(Dl 


5 


895 


2 


(Dl 


49 


17 


1 409 


3 


(D) 


10 


950 


1 


(Dl 


- 


- 


12 


438 


I 


(Dl 


5 


489 


3 


(01 


5C 


51 


9 269 


26 


6 519 


53 


3 694 


23 


1 490 


26 


1 693 


62 


2 888 


8 


870 


54 


4 927 


15 


719 


51 


30 


5 945 


17 


4 031 


34 


2 299 


20 


1 371 


16 


1 485 


41 


1 910 


6 


(Dl 


37 


2 172 


11 


(01 


52 


21 


3 324 


9 


2 488 


19 


1 395 


3 


119 


10 


208 


21 


978 


2 


(01 


17 


2 755 


" 


(Dl 


53 


69 


17 487 


35 


17 743 


67 


6 095 


36 


4 590 


28 


3 893 


84 


6 098 


13 


3 959 


73 


5 930 


11 


2 217 


54 


42 


12 647 


28 


16 719 


44 


4 493 


34 


(Dl 


26 


(Dl 


65 


5 285 


12 


(Dl 


60 


4 351 


10 


(01 


55 


27 


4 840 


7 


1 024 


23 


1 602 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


19 


813 


1 


(01 


13 


1 579 


1 


(01 


56 


48 


10 129 


21 


9 928 


50 


3 744 


18 


1 818 


22 


2 086 


53 


2 516 


12 


1 263 


72 


4 900 


15 


740 


57 


25 


7 913 


13 


8 371 


29 


2 476 


IS 


1 818 


12 


1 662 


31 


1 571 


6 


1 025 


48 


3 027 


10 


707 


58 


23 


2 216 


8 


1 557 


21 


1 268 


- 


- 


10 


424 


22 


945 


6 


238 


24 


1 873 


5 


33 


59 


61 


12 069 


19 


8 281 


47 


3 191 


17 


1 438 


23 


1 164 


48 


2 249 


8 


1 107 


45 


4 035 


15 


487 


60 


27 


5 475 


7 


4 577 


24 


1 195 


12 


1 238 


14 


(Dl 


24 


1 023 


2 


(Dl 


21 


1 066 


6 


387 


61 


11 


4 361 


6 


2 478 


9 


908 


3 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


7 


378 


3 


(Dl 


9 


835 


5 


39 


62 


23 


2 233 


6 


1 226 


14 


1 088 


2 


(01 


7 


(Dl 


17 


848 


3 


147 


15 


2 134 


" 


61 


63 


26 


3 179 


11 


2 493 


19 


2 038 


7 


297 


8 


335 


35 


1 986 


4 


369 


2S 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


64 


46 


8 280 


27 


8 446 


48 


4 825 


IB 


1 552 


27 


1 179 


58 


2 356 


12 


735 


38 


3 469 


17 


201 


5E 


13 


3 997 


10 


4 208 


18 


2 915 


10 


1 140 


11 


737 


21 


1 089 


4 


383 


12 


891 


5 


147 


66 


6 


1 193 


4 


(D) 


8 


246 


5 


252 


4 


317 


9 


307 


3 


203 


7 


142 


- 


- 


67 


27 


3 090 


13 


(01 


22 


1 664 


3 


160 


12 


125 


28 


960 


5 


149 


19 


2 436 


12 


54 


66 


10 


1 212 


3 


65 


5 


293 


4 


78 


2 


(Dl 


5 


200 


1 


(Dl 


6 


544 


- 


- 


69 


46 


4 585 


16 


5 014 


28 


2 002 


13 


690 


11 


511 


35 


1 151 


6 


566 


38 


1 626 


9 


lOS 


7C 


12 


1 796 


4 


1 279 


10 


1 195 


4 


360 


6 


297 


12 


737 


2 


(Dl 


14 


630 


2 


(Dl 


7 


34 


2 789 


12 


3 735 


18 


807 


9 


330 


5 


214 


23 


414 


1 


(Dl 


24 


996 


7 


(01 


72 



16-14 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nou. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kmd-of-business group 



Lumber, building 
mails., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores " 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



OWEN COUNTY 

SPENCEF! 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



PARKE COUNTY 

ROCKVILLE 

REMAINDEFi OF COUNTY. 



PERRY COUNTY 

TELL CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



PIKE COUNTY 

PETERSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



PORTER COUNTY 

CHESTERTON 

PORTAGE 

VALPARAISO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



POSEY COUNTY 

MOUNT VERNON . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



PULASKI COUNTY 



PUTNAM COUNTY 

GREENCASTLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. . . . 

UNION CITY 

WINCHESTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RIPLEY COUNTY 

8ATESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RUSH COUNTY 

RUSHVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ST JOSEPH COUNTY . . . 

MISHAWAKA 

SOUTH BEND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SCOTT COUNTY 

SC0TT5BURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SHELBY COUNTY 

SHELBYVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SPENCER COUNTY 



STARKE COUNTY 

KNOX 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



STEUBEN COUNTY . . . . 

ANGOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. . . . 

SULLIVAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. . . 

LAFAYETTE 

•EST LAFAYETTE . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



TIPTON COUNTY 

TIPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



UNION COUNTY 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY . . 

EVAN5VILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



VERMILLION COUNTY. . . 

CLINTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



2 033 
377 

1 213 
113 



10 566 

8 635 

1 931 

13 993 

8 362 

5 531 

16 579 

13 6"t9 

2 930 



23 257 
13 9M6 
9 311 



29 865 
23 161 
6 7014 

32 321 

8 067 
14 371 

9 880 



27 289 
17 594 
9 695 

''3U8 570 

70 496 

229 514 

r4B 560 

15 002 
10 113 
4 889 



34 479 
9 249 

15 779 

20 712 
9 789 
10 923 

35 094 
17 362 
17 732 

20 550 
12 002 
8 548 



140 411 

96 389 

21 242 

22 780 



231 495 
219 556 

11 939 

18 584 

12 248 
6 336 



9 372 
8 283 
1 289 



4 664 
39 981 
14 562 

22 055 
13 390 
8 665 



28 861 

22 793 

6 068 

30 029 

7 573 
13 518 

8 938 



M37 956 
68 372 
223 618 
'45 966 

13 902 
9 657 

4 245 

42 578 
33 919 
8 659 



19 742 
9 409 

10 333 

33 636 

17 024 
16 612 

19 454 

11 760 
7 694 



139 183 

95 687 

21 128 

22 368 

16 286 

11 201 

5 085 



223 747 

212 676 
U 071 

16 784 
11 230 
5 554 



1 168 
736 
432 

1 409 

1 249 

160 



2 579 

2 084 

495 



•41 095 

6 855 

29 408 

i'4 832 

1 329 
972 
357 



1 747 
820 
927 

3 256 
1 694 
1 562 

1 567 

1 004 

563 



17 068 
11 443 
2 834 



1 381 

1 012 

369 



27 862 

26 572 

1 290 



15 646 

14 209 

1 437 

24 219 
14 364 

9 855 

25 668 
22 408 

3 260 

18 519 

10 452 
8 067 

165 618 

21 875 

11 715 
97 987 
34 041 

38 236 

25 434 

12 802 



52 999 
42 860 
10 139 



40 992 
13 317 
27 675 

49 673 
34 139 
15 534 

799 525 
128 975 
570 960 
'■95 832 

26 388 
19 508 
6 880 

87 241 
73 553 
13 688 



65 562 
34 065 

31 497 

32 183 

20 930 
U 253 



339 694 
226 295 
59 243 



27 651 
19 386 
e 265 



S68 089 
542 642 
25 447 

29 194 
20 490 
8 704 



147 

2 420 
316 
168 

1 352 
584 

691 

463 
228 



12 295 

2 077 

a 599 

II 552 

486 
356 
130 



3 603 
964 
754 



9 736 

9 328 

408 



1 775 

331 

1 083 



1 372 

1 269 

103 

249 
149 
100 



(01 



3 087 
1 889 
I 198 

592 
307 
285 



1 322 
3 409 

1 183 

5 457 

2 515 
2 942 



3 024 
1 847 
1 177 



3 633 

1 558 

2 075 

18 774 

3 663 
9 236 
5 875 



5 688 
2 999 
2 689 

1 872 

2 145 
449 

1 696 

3 730 

1 412 

2 318 

2 884 

2 376 

508 



10 177 

3 546 

894 

5 737 

2 654 
1 268 
1 386 



10 257 
9 170 
1 087 

1 930 

591 

1 339 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC majoi group 



(D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable.! ''Revised. 
53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-15 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 continued 



Kmdof-busmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug Stores. 

proprietarv 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


% 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




17 
9 

e 


2 778 

2 210 

568 


14 
8 
6 


2 536 

2 316 
220 


18 
12 
6 


1 585 

1 253 

323 


3 
3 


111 
111 


7 
7 


522 
522 


24 
10 


975 
489 
486 


5 
3 
2 


319 

(01 
(Dl 


12 

8 

4 


575 

585 
90 


: 


: 


1 

2 
3 


29 
9 
20 


3 225 
1 829 
1 396 


5 

5 
1 


2 001 

(Dl 
(Dl 


31 
13 
18 


1 661 
732 
929 


3 

1 
2 


91 

(Dl 
(Dl 


5 
2 

3 


182 
(01 
(Dl 


36 

15 
20 


890 
559 
321 


3 
2 

1 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 


21 
15 
6 


1 595 
719 
876 


2 
2 


(01 
(01 


5 
5 


52 
28 
24 


5 264 

4 431 

833 


17 
12 

5 


3 789 

3 322 

467 


29 
15 
14 


1 105 
733 
373 


16 
13 
3 


935 
824 
111 


14 
12 
2 


I 082 
(01 
101 


35 
18 
17 


1 193 
774 
419 


3 
2 
1 


520 
(01 
(01 


19 
16 

3 


778 
(Dl 
(01 


3 
1 
2 


287 
(01 
(Dl 


8 
9 


37 
15 
22 


2 373 
1 347 
1 025 


12 
6 
6 


3 414 
1 571 
1 843 


23 
10 
13 


974 
550 
424 


9 
9 


272 
272 


6 
6 

2 


(Dl 
254 
(01 


15 

11 
5 


443 
363 
80 


3 

2 
1 


211 
(01 
(01 


17 
12 
5 


3 203 
1 527 
1 675 


2 

2 


(Dl 
101 


10 
11 
12 


73 
16 

m 

2U 
19 


IS 468 
3 746 
1 680 
8 667 
1 375 


38 
5 
4 

24 
5 


14 672 

1 656 
409 

10 062 

2 535 


80 
17 
12 
32 
19 


8 471 
2 901 
796 
2 656 
2 118 


37 

7 

1 

27 

2 


2 880 
280 
(Dl 

2 507 
(Dl 


31 

2 

17 
8 


3 923 

(Dl 

111 

2 070 

(01 


105 
18 
10 
35 
42 


5 606 

512 

355 

2 032 

2 907 


16 
3 

3 
7 
3 


2 474 
327 
356 

1 596 
193 


76 
12 

35 

24 


5 099 
533 

54 
3 080 
1 422 


26 

3 
2 
13 
6 


1 300 
(01 
(01 
732 
525 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 


«0 
16 
214 


4 604 
3 073 
1 531 


14 
8 
6 


5 014 
3 561 
2 353 


32 
11 
21 


1 355 
581 
775 


7 
7 


841 
841 


9 

7 
2 


357 
(Dl 
(01 


33 

15 
18 


913 
483 
430 


5 

3 
3 


574 
315 
258 


37 
24 
13 


2 444 

1 598 

846 


;; 


45 
45 


18 
19 
20 


23 


2 823 


14 


4 439 


17 


1 175 


7 


509 


6 


333 


27 


757 


5 


364 


26 


4 527 


10 


52 


21 


29 
19 
10 


5 089 

4 441 

648 


13 

11 

2 


5 428 
(01 
(D) 


54 
25 

29 


3 225 
1 817 
1 408 


12 
11 
1 


1 192 

(Dl 
(01 


13 
9 
4 


940 
816 
124 


37 
20 
17 


2 255 
1 246 
1 019 


8 
4 
4 


846 
743 
103 


43 
27 
16 


4 702 
3 551 
1 141 


7 
1 
6 


231 
(01 
(Dl 


22 
23 

24 


te 

5 
19 

24 


5 301 
1 252 
3 176 
1 873 


27 
10 
9 
8 


7 169 

1 751 
4 184 
1 234 


49 
9 
12 

28 


3 403 
728 
951 

1 724 


19 
5 

11 
3 


1 055 
342 
558 
155 


27 
9 
9 
9 


1 477 
552 
576 
347 


45 
9 
17 
19 


1 426 
378 
631 
417 


11 

2 

5 


880 
(Dl 
(Dl 
215 


51 
16 
25 
20 


4 231 
(01 

1 104 
(Dl 


4 

1 
3 


48 

(Dl 
(01 


25 
26 

27 
28 


42 
8 
34 


6 553 
2 172 

4 381 


15 
5 
10 


5 815 
1 483 
4 333 


29 

5 
24 


1 821 

355 

1 455 


12 

8 


468 
230 
258 


10 

5 
5 


754 
529 
225 


45 
9 
36 


1 744 

423 

1 321 


7 
2 
5 


706 
(Dl 
(Dl 


30 
7 
23 


4 673 

991 

3 662 


15 
4 
12 


64 
32 
52 


29 

30 
31 


35 

21 
14 


4 870 

4 124 

746 


16 
11 

5 


6 159 
4 229 
I 940 


27 
17 
10 


1 552 

1 031 

521 


7 
7 


537 
637 


8 

5 
3 


893 
340 
553 


33 

25 

6 


1 043 
666 
157 


3 
3 


610 
510 


50 
26 

24 


6 669 
3 005 
3 664 


8 

8 


677 
677 


32 
33 

34 


305 
56 

184 
65 


^72 445 
15 152 
45 046 

"■12 247 


96 
19 
58 
19 


73 270 
21 315 
45 363 
5 592 


298 
54 

166 
78 


26 344 
4 231 

14 026 
8 087 


124 
36 
78 
10 


21 700 
4 278 

16 160 
1 262 


112 
23 
68 
21 


15 915 

1 566 
12 184 

2 045 


430 
75 

273 
62 


25 957 
4 158 

18 396 
4 403 


73 
17 
45 
10 


13 063 
2 244 
9 728 
1 091 


275 
46 
182 

47 


19 166 
3 241 

12 289 
3 636 


104 
15 
58 
31 


6 720 

754 

4 875 

1 090 


35 

36 

37 

38 


37 
12 
25 


4 588 
2 097 
2 491 


16 
12 

4 


2 594 

2 156 

438 


23 

16 

7 


1 580 

1 043 

537 


9 

7 
2 


858 
(Dl 
(01 


9 

8 

1 


529 

(Dl 
(01 


21 
15 

5 


692 
758 
134 


3 
2 
1 


453 
(Dl 
(Dl 


29 
18 
11 


1 312 
838 

474 


4 
4 


22 
22 


35 
4C 
41 


46 
24 
22 


9 514 
7 592 
1 922 


18 
15 

3 


8 234 
(Dl 
101 


45 
25 
20 


3 363 

2 422 
941 


15 
15 


2 178 
2 178 


24 
20 
4 


2 615 

2 417 
199 


43 
35 

8 


2 292 

1 982 

310 


8 
7 
1 


1 352 

(Dl 
(01 


51 
37 

14 


5 254 
2 913 
2 341 


16 
10 
6 


212 
184 
28 


42 
43 
44 


44 


2 976 


11 


3 727 


34 


1 912 


7 


245 


7 


345 


41 


1 056 


5 


454 


22 


(01 


2 


(Dl 


45 


25 
7 
18 


3 820 
1 903 
1 917 


16 

8 
8 


3 728 

2 900 

826 


28 
9 
19 


2 333 

904 
1 429 


13 

5 
8 


540 
279 
261 


8 
2 
5 


251 

(Dl 
(Dl 


46 
15 
31 


1 277 
419 
856 


2 
2 


280 
(Dl 
(Dl 


33 

14 
19 


2 834 

351 

2 463 


7 
5 

2 


151 

(01 
(01 


46 
47 
48 


48 
13 
35 


7 840 

3 759 

4 081 


24 
9 
15 


5 695 
4 254 
1 441 


40 
22 
18 


5 983 
1 253 
4 730 


13 
12 

1 


775 

(Dl 
(01 


9 

5 


607 
327 
260 


49 
28 
21 


2 960 
1 595 
1 365 


5 

3 
3 


811 
597 
214 


49 
11 
38 


4 441 

1 603 

2 838 


6 

2 
4 


733 

(01 
(Dl 


49 
50 
51 


46 
12 
34 


4 912 
2 467 
2 445 


12 
6 
6 


3 178 

2 353 

825 


43 
15 
28 


Z 208 
1 057 
1 151 


12 
9 

3 


775 

744 
32 


12 

7 
5 


534 
456 
178 


42 
15 
27 


1 150 
569 
561 


9 
3 

5 


572 
270 
302 


30 
12 
18 


3 022 

838 

2 184 


; 


\ 


52 
53 

54 


17 


1 148 


« 


508 


8 


455 


5 


191 


5 


166 


7 


196 


2 


(01 


15 


681 


4 


(01 


55 


69 

45 
5 
19 


28 015 

21 306 

5 036 

1 673 


40 

29 

1 

10 


24 757 

18 389 

(01 

(0) 


101 
42 
16 
43 


9 550 
4 604 
1 781 
3 165 


45 
42 


6 530 

5 100 

430 


49 
37 
4 
8 


5 656 

5 153 

231 

472 


141 
79 
20 
42 


10 615 
5 521 
1 637 
3 157 


31 

24 

3 


5 529 
5 169 

(01 
(Dl 


102 
74 
14 
14 


11 008 
6 873 
2 542 
1 593 


28 
20 
2 
6 


1 077 
589 
(Dl 
(Dl 


56 
57 
56 
59 


18 
9 

9 


3 760 

3 050 

710 


11 
9 

2 


2 949 
(131 
(01 


27 
16 
11 


1 425 
(01 
(Dl 


5 
5 


343 

343 


9 
5 
3 


540 
496 
44 


22 

14 
8 


943 
744 
199 


2 
2 


(01 
(01 


26 

14 
14 


2 797 

458 

2 329 


1 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


6C 
61 
62 


11 


1 491 


3 


(Dl 


12 


702 


6 


217 


3 


(01 


12 


336 


2 


(01 


15 


1 694 


- 


- 


53 


231 

215 

16 


49 600 
45 325 
4 275 


104 
102 

2 


39 189 

(Dl 
(Dl 


217 

201 

16 


18 819 
17 674 
1 145 


83 
77 
5 


16 581 

18 330 

351 


79 
71 
8 


10 609 
9 605 
1 003 


330 
300 

30 


18 687 
17 163 
1 524 


49 
49 


10 495 
10 495 


208 
196 
12 


12 717 
10 999 
1 718 


91 
79 
12 


5 707 

5 517 

190 


64 
65 
55 


41 
22 
19 


4 847 
3 340 
1 507 


13 
10 
3 


5 371 
3 967 
1 404 


34 
15 
19 


1 508 
950 
558 


5 
6 


511 
511 


6 

5 

1 


(Dl 
555 
(Dl 


64 
33 
31 


1 341 
574 
667 


5 
3 

3 


347 
254 
93 


41 
29 
12 


1 329 
535 
694 


2 

2 


(01 
(01 


67 
66 
65 



16-16 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



unmcor- 

porated 

busmesses 



Kind of business group 



Lumber, building 
matis,, hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores* 



Sales 
($1,000) 



VIGO COUNTY 

TERRE HAUTE 

KEST TERRE HAUTE . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

HABASH COUNTY 

NORTH MANCHESTER . , 

•ABASH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

KARREN COUNTY 

WARRICK COUNTY . . . . 

BOONVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. . 

SALEM 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WAYNE COUNTY . . . . . 
CAMBRIDGE CITY . . . 

RICHMOND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

WELLS COUNTY .... 

BLUFFTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

WHITE COUNTY .... 
MONTICELLO .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

WHITLEY COUNTY . . . 
COLUMBIA CITY. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



59 



15 705 
a 1168 
25 263 
U 974 



20 037 

U 735 

8 302 

19 37« 

15 082 

t 292 

113 851 

7 627 

89 526 

^16 698 

25 800 

17 830 

7 970 

29 540 

13 601 
15 936 

25 687 

14 595 
II 092 



42 519 
8 202 
24 045 
10 272 



17 520 
14 234 
3 286 

109 705 
7 075 

87 nan 

"■15 146 



27 626 

13 152 

14 474 

23 369 

14 371 
8 998 



24 261 

22 739 

296 

1 226 

4 237 
761 

2 715 



1 690 

1 016 

674 



13 075 

808 

10 767 

''I 500 

2 358 

1 735 
623 

2 633 
1 407 
1 226 



468 173 

434 048 

5 852 

28 273 

85 657 

14 853 
55 635 

15 169 



34 581 

28 552 
6 029 

253 881 
14 944 
208 978 
^■29 959 

47 748 

35 911 
11 837 

51 545 
27 362 
24 183 

48 102 

29 731 
18 371 



1 382 
248 
886 
248 



6 194 

5 756 

235 

203 

4 534 
816 

1 561 

2 157 



2 963 

948 
2 015 

1 790 

1 621 

169 



3 701 

1 907 
1 794 

4 153 

1 886 

2 267 

2 394 

891 

1 503 



32 



27 906 
27 139 

274 
493 



880 
717 
163 

1 531 
903 
628 



1 482 

1 278 

204 

1 431 

1 187 

244 

1 186 

1 021 

165 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major groi 



(D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-17 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 continued 



Kindof-busmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab 

lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish^ 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


.1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




205 

12 
50 


33 283 

29 633 

396 

3 251 


76 
61 
3 
12 


29 914 

28 576 

494 

744 


148 
108 
12 
28 


12 454 
9 141 

1 025 

2 298 


45 

44 

1 


6 197 
(Dl 

(Dl 


53 
52 

1 


7 016 

(0) 

(0) 


272 

213 

13 

46 


12 025 

9 582 

340 

2 003 


31 

28 

1 

2 


6 798 

5 157 

(D) 

(01 


169 

140 

7 

22 


10 517 

9 070 

449 

998 


42 
35 
2 
6 


39 385 

38 889 

(01 

(Dl 


1 
2 

3 
4 


48 
6 
22 
20 


10 297 
1 003 
« 328 
4 466 


29 
11 
15 
3 


7 725 

2 531 

4 714 

481 


45 
12 
19 

14 


4 054 

564 

1 725 

1 655 


20 
4 

14 
2 


2 270 
101 

1 665 
(01 


25 
10 
13 

2 


1 584 
(01 

1 138 
(01 


57 
10 
36 

11 


2 564 
533 

1 900 
231 


14 
2 
5 
6 


1 287 
(Dl 
(Dl 
145 


65 
13 
37 
15 


8 304 

1 503 
4 551 

2 240 


14 
14 


364 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 


5 
5 

7 
8 


10 


711 


2 


(D) 


8 


345 


1 


(0) 


3 


134 


15 


475 


1 


(0) 


9 


1 013 


- 


- 


9 


23 

31 


4 793 
3 053 
1 740 


15 

8 

7 


4 712 
2 788 
1 924 


34 
10 
24 


1 991 

829 

1 162 


5 
4 

1 


425 
(01 
(D) 


13 
5 

7 


771 
718 
53 


47 
15 
31 


1 189 
537 
552 


2 
2 


517 
ID) 
(Dl 


31 
14 
17 


1 752 

1 411 

351 


10 
2 
8 


34 
(01 
(01 


10 
11 
12 


17 
25 
22 


3 S22 

2 855 

967 


12 
12 


5 592 
5 592 


31 
15 
16 


1 546 
915 
531 


10 
8 
2 


599 

(Q) 
(Dl 


8 
4 
4 


510 
390 
220 


24 
15 
9 


954 
573 
381 


1 

1 


(0) 
(01 
(01 


25 
11 
15 


2 621 
1 538 
1 083 


10 
5 

4 


(Dl 
24 
(01 


13 
14 
15 


105 

11 

"•63 

rsi 


22 391 

2 474 

ri6 693 

1-3 224 


57 
7 
40 
10 


24 329 

2 226 
18 546 

3 557 


98 
11 
57 
30 


10 322 

924 
7 244 
2 154 


49 
4 

43 
2 


5 267 

(01 

5 842 

(01 


43 
2 
31 
10 


4 452 
(Dl 

3 823 
(01 


144 
11 
95 
38 


9 492 

428 

7 119 

1 945 


25 
1 
17 

7 


3 549 

(Dl 

3 018 

(D) 


121 
10 

?94 
17 


10 967 
414 
(D) 
(Dl 


40 
2 
23 
15 


2 066 

(01 

1 080 

(01 


16 
17 
18 
19 


JO 
12 
18 


5 866 
3 149 
2 717 


14 
9 

5 


5 299 
4 288 
1 Oil 


25 
9 
16 


1 984 

1 180 

804 


17 
17 


1 004 
1 004 


17 
11 
5 


1 381 
908 
473 


22 

14 
8 


1 484 

1 214 

270 


3 

2 
1 


337 

(0) 
(0) 


37 
25 
12 


2 433 

1 834 

599 


18 
12 
6 


829 
(D) 
(Dl 


20 
21 
22 


31* 
9 
25 


6 714 
4 173 
2 541 


20 
7 
13 


5 275 
1 570 
3 705 


42 
18 
24 


3 099 

1 081 

2 018 


14 
9 

5 


802 
696 
106 


16 
10 
5 


814 
731 
83 


57 
21 
35 


2 109 

875 

1 234 


8 
3 

5 


822 
424 
398 


53 
20 
33 


4 199 

945 

3 254 


19 

5 
14 


122 
36 
86 


23 

24 
25 


30 
8 
22 


5 984 
3 685 
2 299 


22 
12 
10 


5 664 
3 735 
1 929 


40 
14 
25 


3 023 
1 376 
1 547 


13 
8 
5 


1 113 
950 
163 


16 
5 
11 


595 
354 
331 


37 
21 
16 


1 494 
959 
535 


7 
5 
2 


723 
(01 
(01 


35 
17 
19 


2 983 

595 

2 287 


16 
4 
12 


428 

(Dl 
(01 


26 
27 
28 



16-18 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



CHICAGO, ILL. -NORTHWESTERN INDIANA SCA' 



521 

522 
523 

52U 
5251 
5252 



53 PAr?T* 

531 

533 

539 I 



512 

543 
Stl 
51(5 
546 
51(62 
5<t63 
5"49 



561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3.568 
S62 

563.568 
563 ( 



RETAIL TFSADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT OEALEF^S. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDKARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE*ING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STOI?ES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURINS. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED ....... 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. • 
HEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN. S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



2 lt2U 
330 
232 
162 
501 
29 



9 "*7"t 
6 339 
725 
IIU 
193 
712 
136 
973 
701 
269 
129 
153 



1 868 
697 
592 



1 710 

1 006 

793 

213 

1 91'* 

1 010 

934 

186 



Consists of Chicago, III., SMSA and Gary-Hammond-East Chicago, Ind.. SMSA 



5 720 

3 565 

517 



3 812 
7811 
683 



10 655 KOI 



35« 015 
152 «61 
36 151 



tSt «54 
138 857 
138 530 
145 277 



342 261 

129 980 

72 806 

7 227 
10 546 
28 453 

8 095 
74 869 
51 275 
23 594 



716 251 

548 413 
373 667 



696 309 
136 572 
124 786 
11 786 

285 632 

197 611 
88 021 
5 444 



70 212 
17 219 
1 949 



10 251 841 



335 445 
152 233 
34 191 



1 428 746 

1 138 857 

135 902 

142 909 



2 227 867 

2 039 848 

63 832 

6 469 

8 152 

22 821 

6 539 

73 147 

50 815 

22 332 

(Dl 

(Dl 



1 702 251 
I 548 339 
1 373 641 



677 867 
132 546 
121 938 
10 608 

280 018 

195 393 

84 625 

5 028 



67 344 

16 131 

957 



50 449 
23 303 
5 369 



209 877 
165 348 
23 764 
18 970 



669 
611 
3 204 
676 
18 652 
15 169 
3 483 



IDI 



149 121 
129 736 
112 894 



105 127 

21 501 

18 752 

2 749 

42 944 

30 532 

12 412 

845 



9 692 

1 930 

133 



26 849 426 



948 002 
427 620 
105 397 



4 402 913 

3 514 531 

446 274 

408 149 



3 927 353 

3 294 496 
128 337 
13 737 

12 529 
59 310 

13 841 
381 900 
312 269 

69 631 
(D) 
(0) 



858 682 
486 227 
166 439 



145 360 
462 821 
389 016 
73 805 

885 211 

635 226 

249 985 

19 732 



182 502 
39 874 
2 750 



9 545 

3 710 

948 



53 855 

43 627 

1 438 

243 

244 

1 413 

305 

6 239 

4 953 

1 286 

IDI 

IDI 



22 995 
19 302 
16 815 



30 838 

5 544 

4 921 

623 

13 771 

9 896 

3 875 

361 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
Chicago, lll.-Norlhweslern Indiana Standard Consolidated Area. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-19 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(numtier) 



Witti 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees, 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



CHICAGO, ILL. -NORTHWESTERN INDIANA SCA-Continued 



FURNITURE. HOME FURIM ISHINGS • EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINSS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINAi GLASSHAREi METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 



RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl. 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES. • . 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES. 



STATIONERY STORES. 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES . . 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



2 71B 
1 716 
1 017 
250 
278 
50 
121 
350 
302 
350 



7 921 

1 59« 
635 



2 913 
20t 
409 

2 300 



1 958 

1 20« 

735 

200 



9 503 
6 363 
1 504 

2B1 
1 235 

343 
3 140 



4 851 
1 206 
303 
27 
276 
282 
100 
182 



413 429 

244 280 

178 928 

39 307 

17 383 

(D) 

(D) 

95 384 

VI 642 

32 123 

5 897 

25 226 



917 099 
673 308 
507 725 
39 613 
B4 292 
41 678 
243 791 



422 343 

413 446 

8 897 



755 424 
280 067 

26 353 
3 729 

22 624 
35 573 
17 684 
17 889 

31 152 

27 639 

3 513 

17 597 
8 130 

12 252 
57 748 
110 111 
39 772 
1 173 
62 533 
6 633 

34 651 
16 337 

23 055 

18 388 
15 907 
23 545 

ID] 
IDI 



998 308 
734 215 

84 006 
180 085 



396 515 

233 288 

172 004 

37 641 

16 043 

(D) 

(Dl 

93 422 

40 798 

29 007 

6 067 

22 940 



832 035 
654 116 
495 041 
39 591 
79 762 
39 722 
177 919 



418 013 

410 176 

7 837 



693 548 
264 871 
22 655 



(Dl 
(01 

17 261 
7 874 

11 564 
54 014 
104 571 
38 926 
877 
58 465 
6 303 

30 457 

13 415 

18 885 
17 526 
11 555 
21 261 

(Dl 
(01 



964 960 
733 375 
80 038 
151 547 



56 598 
35 608 
24 534 
6 387 

3 060 

(D] 

ID) 

10 789 

5 314 

4 887 
846 

4 041 



195 715 

168 262 

128 456 

11 919 
15 717 

12 170 
27 453 



57 881 

56 683 

1 198 



85 997 
19 147 
3 996 



(D) 
10) 
1 133 
929 
1 704 
8 854 
15 515 

6 567 
130 

7 430 
1 388 

6 032 

1 540 

2 801 
1 968 
1 707 
5 767 

ID) 
ID) 



159 641 

114 593 

11 967 

33 081 



1 115 273 

598 630 

470 599 

132 568 

62 854 

ID) 

101 

216 972 

99 038 

100 633 

16 132 

84 501 



054 090 
480 659 
656 935 
245 738 
321 716 
256 269 
573 431 



1 100 463 

1 077 523 

22 940 



(Dl 

(01 

22 172 

17 758 

32 655 

171 706 

295 440 

122 482 

2 515 

144 830 

25 613 

112 808 
29 507 
59 740 
37 035 
35 552 
110 471 
ID) 
(01 



440 394 
555 660 
234 122 
650 612 



11 443 
5 940 
4 619 

1 053 
844 

ID) 
ID) 

2 266 
1 073 
1 164 

222 
942 



77 489 

67 887 

51 559 

4 042 



15 981 

15 624 

357 



46 112 
35 886 
2 977 
7 249 



2 066 
1 288 
599 
184 
254 
(0) 
(D) 
240 
258 
280 
125 
154 



13 061 
7 029 
5 104 
83 
1 534 
308 
5 032 



242 


54 


189 


35 


382 


118 


990 


530 


780 


512 


316 


142 



558 


588 


514 


215 


114 


413 


410 


114 


548 


487 


057 


400 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16-20 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 contmu 



ed 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



521 

522 
523 

521 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 I 



5«2 

543 
5H« 
515 
546 
5462 
5163 
5"49 



561 t 567 

561 

567 

562-3.56 
562 

S63i56e 
563 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND.,SIHSA 



EVANSVILLE, IND.-KY., SMSA 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. *ALLPAPER STORES . . • 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE»ING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. Nut. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUK SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



Data for this Standard Melropolilan Statistical Area will be presented in Volume II, Part 3, Chapter 37. 



'Consists of Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties, Ind., and Henderson County, Ky. 



18 593 
5 250 
3 004 
1 017 
931 
(Dl 
3 336 



29 251 
5 886 
3 652 



51 325 

39 492 

35 611 

(01 

(Dl 

4 892 

3 647 

1 829 

1 465 

618 

812 



35 



21 434 
3 807 
3 807 



10 009 
8 931 
1 078 



18 371 
5 250 
3 004 
1 009 
931 
(Dl 
3 122 



39 001 
29 251 
5 886 
3 594 



49 727 

39 492 

35 611 

(Dl 

(Dl 

3 760 

3 495 

1 829 

1 151 

424 

(Dl 

(Dl 



21 206 
3 687 
3 687 



9 979 

8 901 

1 078 

448 



2 496 
741 
4S9 
204 



5 071 

3 670 

963 



4 654 
3 512 
3 220 



3 434 
670 
670 



1 678 

1 514 

164 



117 694 

91 203 

18 152 

7 856 



88 321 

67 261 

60 052 

(Dl 

(Dl 

4 139 

11 458 

4 169 

1 294 

829 

IDI 



66 467 
12 155 
12 155 



1 009 
750 
645 



1 272 
215 
215 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-21 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



EVANSVILLE, IWD.-KY., SMSA-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINSS" EOUIPMENT STORES 



T0T4L 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY' CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES lALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STAT lONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES ...... 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING IHOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS. 



12 833 
7 971 

6 mz 

749 
683 
(01 
(Dl 



21 733 
14 177 
12 001 
471 
1 338 
367 
7 556 



12 149 

11 819 

330 



193 
1 756 

1 772 
577 

2 659 
1 403 

568 

6 

(D) 



12 385 

7 738 

6 290 

749 

651 

(Dl 

IDI 

2 677 

975 

995 



20 877 
13 711 
11 535 
471 
1 246 
359 
7 166 



12 097 

11 795 

302 



15 756 

2 273 

852 



1 933 

1 210 
992 



4 131 
3 268 
2 839 



37 713 
24 052 
20 371 
2 460 

1 133 
IDI 
IDI 

7 101 

2 757 

3 803 



85 279 
67 364 
57 831 

1 907 
5 538 

2 088 
17 915 



33 226 
32 477 

749 



38 726 

2 953 

3 032 



4 668 
4 433 

235 
1 916 

(Dl 
1 810 
6 505 
4 508 
1 337 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16-22 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-contmued 



SIC 
code 



Standard melcopolltan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

Inumbei) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 



521 

522 

523 
524 
5251 
5252 



5«3 
544 
545 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



562-3i568 
562 

563 1 568 
563 



rSETAIL Tf^ADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBI^G EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASS" WALLPAPER STORES ... • 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES" VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYi NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES! NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

ESG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHtSED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS" NONFRANCHI SEO 

TIRE" BATTERY" ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT" BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL" ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN"S" BOYS' APPAREL STORES" 
MEN'S" BOYS' CLOTHING AND 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY" SPECIALTY STORES" FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET" LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL" ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL" ACCESSORY STORES. 



Coextensive with Allen County, Ind. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) H/ithheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



56 392 

47 257 

6 982 

849 



76 681 


"■75 575 


71 790 


"■70 790 


1 332 


1 332 


219 


(D) 


258 


230 


ID) 


ID) 


1 732 


1 732 


1 049 


I 049 


683 


683 



75 508 
66 919 
62 882 



12 796 

11 871 

927 

205 



a 

38 
3 
12 




2 834 

4 149 

283 

1 140 


23 

6 




2 726 
391 


(X) Notapp 


icable 





56 356 

47 257 

6 976 

829 



74 068 
66 919 
62 882 



12 792 

11 871 

921 

205 



2 526 

1 368 
356 
183 



8 596 

7 088 

1 256 

119 



6 515 
5 513 
5 029 



1 829 

1 683 

146 



171 937 
143 959 
22 931 

2 404 



114 835 


"•l 864 


^■98 158 


'l 575 


2 522 


33 



6 401 
4 522 
1 879 



119 689 
98 967 
90 233 



32 221 

29 382 

2 839 

697 



479 


9 505 


549 


10 942 


33 


611 


180 


3 292 


336 


7 039 


38 


1 001 



2 978 

2 319 

560 



1 207 
965 
889 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-23 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establlsti 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov 15 


businesses 



FORT WAYNE SMSA-Conlmued 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

ORAPERYt CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. • 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTiaUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES . . 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS. 



15 960 

10 215 

7 822 

1 932 

"tl« 

38 

39 

3 1112 

1 066 

1 507 

344 

1 163 



27 594 
18 977 
16 294 
189 
1 536 
956 
8 617 



23 926 
3 959 
1 529 
32 
1 497 
1 624 
130 
1 494 



15 284 
9 703 
7 318 
1 932 

414 

39 
3 130 
1 048 
I 403 



27 106 
18 805 
16 258 
189 
1 402 
956 
8 301 



22 934 
3 887 
1 477 

1 477 

1 610 

116 

I 494 



(Dl 
(Dl 

1 855 

2 174 
782 

1 576 

2 819 
1 111 



2 385 

1 484 

1 134 

272 



5 959 
4 798 
4 222 



3 220 
282 
317 



45 804 
29 959 
22 821 
5 692 
1 296 

150 
8 869 
3 158 
3 818 



120 657 

96 312 

85 056 

1 171 

5 006 

5 079 

24 345 



4 873 

3 982 

264 

3 718 



2 


744 


5 


854 


1 


657 


4 


871 


8 


428 


2 


364 






3 


599 


2 


465 


4 


479 


1 


428 




(Dl 




(D) 




693 


5 


679 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16-24 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars! 



Paid 


Active 


employees, 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



GAfiY-NAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO SMSA 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING! PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINTi GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES • 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOOl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES • 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFAC lUR ING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS • 

OTHER • 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NOnFRAKCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES i . . . 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTOfiCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS. . . . ; 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS .... 

GASOLINE SERVICE ST&TIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL i 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . . 
MEN.S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S REAOt-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES i 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES ....... 

FAMILY SHOE STORES • 

I CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

I I MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL" ACCESSORY STORES 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Consists of take and Porter Counties, Ind. 



521 

522 
523 
52H 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 I 



542 

5U3 

5114 

5«5 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 



562-3.568 
562 

563.558 
563 



107 250 

ei 319 

10 852 

14 793 



200 304 
185 609 

4 416 



761 
304 
058 
630 
438 
641 



130 430 
109 675 
97 770 



42 800 

7 777 

7 251 

525 

15 814 

11 339 

4 475 

498 



39 938 
22 414 
2 979 



105 994 

81 349 

10 852 

14 547 



192 212 

179 051 

4 158 

297 

1 891 

1 293 

1 034 

4 000 

3 608 

392 



128 984 
109 675 
97 770 



41 950 

7 705 

7 215 

490 

15 506 
11 235 
4 271 



5 358 

3 863 

534 



14 013 

10 446 

1 780 

1 747 



16 226 

14 219 

350 



11 340 
9 401 
8 487 



5 933 

1 064 

993 



317 
735 
582 



117 049 
59 893 
9 623 



298 246 
218 308 
33 732 
45 522 



342 832 

300 080 

8 288 

514 

3 221 

2 562 

1 506 

25 795 

24 050 

1 745 



221 820 
184 578 
157 345 



118 373 

22 025 

20 539 

1 385 

45 325 

34 462 

10 863 

1 555 



4 832 

3 347 

817 

652 



1 972 
1 596 
1 457 



911 

345 

328 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-25 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

'number) 



GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO SMSA-Contmijed 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL ■ 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . 

FURNITURE STORES ■ 

FLOOR COVERING STORES ■ 

DRAPERY" CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. HETALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. . . . ; 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES .... 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES • 

PROPRIETARY STORES • 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES • 

ANTIQUE STORES" SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES" BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY" GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

UEwELRY STORES 

fuel" ice dealers 

coal and wood dealers 

ice dealers 

fuel oil dealers 

bottled gas dealers 

florists 

cigar stores" stands :....... 

news dealers. newsstands 

camera. photographic supply stores 

gift. novelty. souvenir shops 

optical goods stores 

Typewriter stores 

luggage" leather goods stores 

hobby" toy. game shops • 

religious goods stores 

pet shops 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOuSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availahle. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



33 132 
19 932 
16 023 
2 3211 
1 333 
(Dl 
IDI 
7 739 

n 2H1 

1 517 



56 810 

38 112 

28 137 

497 



25 568 

23 975 

1 593 



2 126 

1 212 

331 

881 



117 
1 732 

3 56« 
1 220 

4 268 
8 333 
1 019 



3« 



2 010 
552 

2 512 

1 300 
176 

1 686 



32 6«8 
19 412 
15 611 
2 304 
1 313 
IDI 
10] 
7 637 
4 244 
I 355 



53 566 
37 024 
27 391 
485 
5 865 
3 283 
16 542 



38 521 
5 345 
2 003 



1 614 
552 

2 360 
1 030 

334 
1 548 



20 165 
5 167 
3 780 

11 218 



4 993 
3 213 
2 508 



11 138 

8 994 

6 623 
140 

1 143 

1 088 

2 144 



5 383 
344 
392 



3 367 
345 
619 

2 403 



98 887 

62 553 

49 021 

8 120 

4 442 

(0) 

ID) 

20 072 

12 325 

3 937 

442 

3 495 



229 921 
185 596 
135 438 
2 891 
24 773 
22 494 
44 325 



70 973 
67 569 
3 404 



110 745 
6 635 
8 626 



2 381 
5 591 

3 632 
14 302 
28 326 

3 242 



4 649 

868 

8 046 



70 646 
8 164 
17 137 
45 345 



1 052 
682 
509 



5 237 

4 362 

3 215 

72 

687 

388 

875 



1 US 
638 
455 



(X) Not applicable. 



16-26 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1.0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

'dollatsl 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
52t 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



512 

543 

514 
5<I5 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



562-31 568 
562 

563 1 568 
563 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDINS MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. KALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE»ING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FUPRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Consists of Hamilton, Hancock. Hendricks, Johnson, Marion. Morgan, and Shelby Counties. Ind. 



71 136 
28 204 
10 544 
2 984 
2 943 



222 485 
169 784 
28 805 
23 425 



284 160 
268 819 

4 004 
245 

1 009 
1 884 

1 892 

5 003 

2 837 
2 166 

339 
965 



292 712 

245 773 

227 917 

(Dl 

(Dl 

19 969 

14 131 

1 863 
10 976 

2 367 
7 899 

710 



49 382 

9 001 

8 339 

662 

14 939 

10 717 

4 222 

459 



IDI 

12 129 
12 541 
939 
2 822 
185 
a 595 



(D) 



1 372 888 



69 096 
28 204 
10 406 
2 638 
2 811 



221 863 
169 784 
28 473 
23 158 



277 810 
263 557 

3 748 
245 
729 

1 762 

1 808 

4 943 

2 817 
2 126 

159 
859 



291 378 

245 773 

227 917 

(Dl 

(D) 

19 057 

13 969 

1 863 
10 716 

2 329 
(Dl 
(D) 



14 753 

10 559 

4 194 

469 



(Dl 

11 851 

12 425 
939 

2 822 

185 

8 479 



101 



9 034 

3 932 

1 309 

629 

484 



37 088 
29 331 

4 961 
2 744 



21 111 

18 912 

332 



25 789 
21 005 
19 175 



1 688 

1 668 

115 

384 



173 417 

77 084 

25 103 

12 816 

8 596 



754 411 

608 051 

94 131 

51 157 



407 489 

354 497 

7 500 

353 

1 168 

4 391 

3 501 

22 663 

14 770 

7 693 

303 

3 113 



509 928 
419 575 
384 616 
(01 
(01 
26 463 
42 512 

4 263 
14 995 

5 009 
(01 
(Dl 



37 332 

29 244 
8 088 
1 492 



(Dl 

25 714 
33 615 

1 970 

7 635 

554 

23 457 



(01 



2 019 
732 
259 
165 
108 



6 553 

5 791 

103 



4 704 
3 693 
3 359 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to amid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
'Nonstore letaileis. part oi SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-27 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



INDIANAPaiS SMSA-Continued 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGSi EOUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE! HOr^E FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY" CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINAi GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS . 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES lALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTiaue STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES ... 

TYPEWRITER .STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



Total 
(number) 



1 048 
It? 
149 



Witti 
payroll 



1 162 
842 
530 



Total, all 

establisti 

ments 

($1,000) 



58 747 
34 614 
27 138 
5 374 
1 005 
(D> 



5 709 

648 
5 061 



102 347 

75 347 

50 389 

9 824 

8 636 

6 498 

27 000 



62 700 

61 610 

1 090 



242 

3 542 
978 
571 
407 

1 925 

1 561 

364 

13 352 

7 602 

918 

9 046 

26 177 

4 994 
303 

15 956 

3 912 

4 960 
762 
240 

1 307 
1 669 
3 858 
566 
348 
943 
(Dl 
367 



Establisti 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



55 311 

32 562 

25 555 

5 235 

877 

(01 

(01 

12 953 

4 737 

4 959 

552 

4 407 



100 445 

74 099 

49 543 

9 738 

8 278 

5 440 

25 346 



62 226 

61 138 

1 090 



90 445 
11 731 
2 768 



750 
443 
307 

1 543 

1 259 

284 

13 176 

7 552 
908 

8 592 
25 569 

4 756 

(D) 

16 782 



4 712 

504 

226 

1 307 

1 359 

3 656 

555 

346 

665 

ID! 

265 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



8 225 
4 763 
3 540 
836 
133 
ID) 
ID) 



23 334 

19 370 
12 922 
2 795 

1 547 

2 006 

3 964 



11 778 
898 
524 



1 395 

3 925 

671 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



160 425 
91 559 
59 161 
17 124 
3 005 
ID) 
(D) 
38 990 

14 057 

15 799 
1 057 

14 732 



466 645 
403 507 
272 860 
56 925 
35 012 
38 710 
85 138 



151 342 

158 125 

3 216 



243 420 
17 711 
10 856 



1 927 

1 Oil 
916 

2 924 
2 403 

521 
13 751 
6 660 
2 099 
27 160 
90 671 
12 225 
ID! 
51 413 



17 651 
1 100 

1 100 

3 452 

4 025 
16 814 

2 656 

1 575 

2 579 
ID) 
557 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



1 775 

1 045 

798 



10 277 
8 552 
5 897 
1 160 
696 
689 
1 615 



3 293 

354 
200 



367 
193 
142 



218 
645 
549 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) WIttiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore letailets, pari of SIC major group 53, are sfiown separately in tbis table. 



16-28 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1.0001 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



521 

522 

523 
52't 
5251 
5252 



51*2 

513 
SHI 
5t5 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



561 1 557 

561 

567 

552-31 568 
552 

563 I 558 
563 ( 



LOUISVILLE, KY.INO.SiaSA 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASS! WALLPAPER STORES . . • 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HAkDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE*INGt NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES' INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH ISEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES' VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY' NUT' CONFECTIONERY STORES • . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES' MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES' NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS . . 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS' FRANCHI5ED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS . 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS' NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE' BATTERY' ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT' MARINE' AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT' BOAT' MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S' BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



Consists of Jefferson County, Ky,, and Clark and Floyd Counties, Ind. 



37 539 
13 674 

4 697 
1 573 
3 470 

707 
8 122 

5 295 



145 241 

111 076 

22 074 

10 815 



224 805 
213 015 

2 339 
932 

1 425 

819 

1 956 

3 702 
3 039 

553 
421 
186 



192 226 

147 989 

128 911 

(01 

ID) 

20 438 

12 307 

5 538 

5 954 

1 790 

4 054 

110 



51 223 

13 503 

13 044 

459 

19 917 

15 304 

3 513 

296 



35 619 
13 505 
4 379 



144 851 

111 076 

21 852 

10 654 



214 009 
203 479 

2 339 
932 
651 
621 

1 904 

3 528 
3 019 

509 
375 



187 968 

147 989 

128 911 

(01 

(01 

17 328 

11 815 

5 538 

5 298 

1 752 

3 506 

30 



50 543 

13 175 

12 782 

393 

19 795 

15 252 

3 543 

296 



4 898 

1 551 

790 



21 352 
15 931 
3 583 

1 634 



15 830 

14 159 

166 



17 694 
13 277 
11 298 



7 904 
2 325 
2 224 



92 416 
30 953 
15 092 



423 975 

317 553 

66 156 

37 212 



308 545 
275 144 

3 871 
1 898 

1 380 

2 343 

4 752 
18 216 
15 898 

2 318 
473 
559 



346 698 

263 242 

225 504 

(D) 

(D> 

24 065 

38 230 

13 513 

7 648 

4 080 

3 556 



56 927 

48 038 

8 889 

922 



I 049 
280 
163 



7 799 

5 568 

1 642 

524 



2 932 
801 
755 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-29 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



LOUISVILLE, lff,-IND.,SMSA-Continueil 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. 



EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! . 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES . • 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICtCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major groiip 53, are shown separately in this table. 



13 609 

27 569 

22 7«6 

3 Its 

7t2 

715 

2IS 

10 275 

2 560 

3 205 
285 

2 920 



78 895 
56 27« 
38 725 
7 0'45 
6 372 
1 131 
22 621 



W 127 

42 981 

1 116 



6<t 296 

26 158 

1 642 

680 

3 962 

1 122 

(01 

(D! 



U17 

3 888 

620 

737 

5 725 

5 004 

2 210 

391 

619 

1 784 

2 967 
583 
404 

1 197 
728 

3 280 



(Dl 



24 029 

733 

12 947 

10 349 



42 507 

26 711 

22 192 

2 920 

714 

715 

170 

10 145 

2 534 

3 117 
273 

2 844 



75 317 

54 638 

37 693 

7 046 

6 018 

3 881 

20 679 



60 084 

25 092 

4 056 

496 

3 560 

1 104 



381 

3 750 
620 
737 

5 335 

4 622 
2 092 

(Dl 
(0) 



1 197 

706 

3 230 



21 723 

725 

12 615 

8 383 



6 979 

4 750 

3 764 

571 

126 

244 

45 

1 210 

346 

673 



16 402 

13 393 

9 412 

1 931 

1 105 
945 

3 009 



6 019 

5 918 

101 



7 135 

I 593 

685 



128 497 
86 889 
68 622 
10 671 
2 225 
4 565 
806 
21 923 
7 016 
12 669 
628 
12 041 



341 324 
278 887 
186 320 
38 589 
32 556 
21 422 
62 437 



109 885 

108 074 

1 811 



299 


6 536 


245 


5 678 


54 


858 


259 


4 829 


63 


1 078 


177 


2 612 


904 


16 663 


669 


13 696 


276 


5 508 



7 257 
862 
351 

3 268 



66 266 
2 760 
25 187 
38 319 



7 838 

6 493 

4 430 

907 



16-30 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



521 

S22 
523 
524 
5251 
5252 



542 

543 
544 
545 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



55PT 15541 



561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-31 55 
562 

563.568 
563 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATIN5. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD I MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTuRING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS ..... 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISEO 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCEi-LANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY'. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

• OMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



CoeKtensive with Delaware County, Ind, 



Slar\dard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



9 392 
3 996 

1 253 



4 375 

2 268 

910 

1 432 



4 154 

3 606 

546 



(X) Not applicable. 



9 076 
3 996 
1 253 
355 
1 266 



19 809 
15 411 
2 776 



1 235 

491 
162 



8 676 


1 062 


1 519 


227 


(Dl 


ID) 


IDl 


(D) 


4 154 


400 


3 608 


330 


545 


70 



23 754 
9 505 
2 935 
1 825 
5 296 



43 899 
29 614 
6 812 



7 528 
6 156 

1 472 



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INDIANA 16-31 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Now. 15 

(number) 



Active 
propne 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



MUHCIE SMSA-Conlinijed 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DR4PERY> CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES^ • 

CHINAi GLASS*AREi METALIVARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIOi TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS' LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKIt^G PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND «00D DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NE*S DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES . . 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



9 172 

"t 950 

3 983 

763 



2 236 

1 061 

925 



11 583 
8 228 
5 498 
675 
1 897 
158 
3 355 



6 058 

5 292 

766 



lU 

2 012 

75tt 

480 

2 106 

2 310 

499 



2 967 

(Dl 

1 905 



9 038 

4 940 

3 973 

763 



11 171 

7 882 

5 338 

675 



6 058 

5 292 

766 



13 058 
1 559 

417 



1 534 
662 
480 

2 106 
2 152 



(D> 



1 570 

1 020 

829 

145 



2 496 

2 002 

1 347 

201 



32 493 
21 666 
16 840 
4 066 



6 211 
2 605 
2 Oil 



52 942 
41 991 
28 643 
3 799 
6 499 
1 050 
10 951 



16 082 
14 533 
1 549 



2 451 
859 
1 598 
8 407 
7 274 
(D) 



6 712 

(Dl 

3 849 



1 189 
972 
555 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore letaileis, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



16-32 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-contmued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



Witfi 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Consists of St. Joseph and Marshall Counties, Ind. 



521 

522 
523 
521 
5251 
5252 



5W 
544 
545 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



553 
559 



S62-3>56S 

562 

563 1 568 

563 ( 



RETAIL TRADE" TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINSi PLUMBINS EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. SLASS" WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
MEN.S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN. S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN. S. INFANTS. WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



23 782 
8 223 
3 695 
1 425 
1 793 
(D) 
3 978 



57 211 
42 699 
8 291 
5 762 



rei 902 

^■75 270 

1 832 



(Dl 

(D) 

3 417 

3 400 

634 

1 409 

547 

ID) 

ID) 



23 107 

8 012 
7 671 



455 
030 
295 



2 554 

3 512 
196 
729 
294 

2 293 
(01 
(Dl 



23 248 
8 223 
3 695 

1 409 

1 749 

(D) 

3 554 



56 815 
42 699 
8 163 
5 514 



"78 808 

"72 554 

1 744 

62 

336 

355 

450 

1 343 

1 343 

(01 



80 704 

72 550 

60 121 

(Dl 

(01 

2 879 

3 306 
634 

1 335 
473 
(Dl 
(Dl 



8 431 

5 409 

2 022 

296 



2 424 

3 382 
195 
729 
294 

2 163 



(Dl 



3 330 
1 352 
483 
296 
248 
(Dl 
548 



8 012 

5 190 

1 251 

529 



'5 616 

^■4 751 

155 



7 224 
5 367 
4 757 



393 
139 
254 



60 018 
22 665 
9 053 



165 338 

129 979 

23 128 

11 360 



MOB 900 

"■92 185 

2 776 

130 

481 

1 284 

753 

7 225 

7 226 



124 458 
109 340 
82 513 



26 969 

21 392 

5 577 

906 



7 852 
9 532 
503 
1 797 
1 276 
5 956 



(01 
(01 



2 610 

1 884 

538 



1 255 

1 067 

812 



501 
397 
104 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstdre retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-33 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



SOUTH BEND SMSA -Cnntiniiefl 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINSSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. HETALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIOUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALEkS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES . 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



17 350 


16 858 


a 108 


10 850 


8 7«8 


8 566 


1 259 


1 269 


270 


250 


751 


ID) 


80 


ID] 


3 102 


2 932 


1 905 


1 901 


1 234 


1 172 



29 273 

20 765 

14 625 

1 678 

2 8U9 
1 613 
8 508 



1 328 
567 
210 
357 

1 395 
1 116 

279 
5 213 
1 SOU 

376 
1 620 
4 508 

1 517 

16 

2 419 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES ■ 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . ■ 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



27 551 

20 471 

14 409 

1 578 

2 775 
1 509 
7 080 



23 308 

2 620 

977 



928 
235 
5 077 
1 710 
376 
1 558 
4 402 
1 517 



1 033 
155 
515 
535 
1S5 
992 
435 



(01 



721 


51 733 


854 


36 808 


529 


30 112 


209 


4 117 


30 


679 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(0) 


(Dl 


455 


7 490 


257 


5 337 


134 


2 098 



5 861 
4 936 
3 491 
492 
629 
324 
925 



2 859 
217 
236 



118 859 

98 344 

58 892 

10 048 

13 055 

5 349 

20 525 



37 285 

36 638 

647 



56 002 
4 085 
4 799 



135 


2 284 


101 


1 693 


34 


591 


268 


4 772 


131 


2 379 


3S 


1 032 


304 


5 844 


597 


11 333 


190 


3 562 


305 


5 673 


101 


2 098 


168 


3 355 


14 


293 


95 


1 819 


75 


1 437 


IB 


321 


213 


4 916 


78 


1 512 



2 815 
2 408 
1 696 



16-34 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(numbed 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



521 

522 
523 
52'* 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5«2 

5"t3 
5«l* 
545 
5«6 
5U62 
5453 
5H9 



561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3 •568 
562 

563.568 
563 I 



RETAIL TRAOEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDINS MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . ■ 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISEO 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



Family clothing stores 

shoe stores 

men's shoe stores 

women's shoe stores 

children's' juveniles' shoe stores . . 

family shoe stores 

children's. infants' wear stores . . . . 
miscellaneous apparel' accessory stores. 



Consists of Clay, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo Counties, Ind. 



256 6'J3 245 823 29 527 569 925 



32 065 
16 656 
5 180 



44 959 

35 109 

31 511 

IDI 

101 

4 808 

2 589 

950 

1 503 

205 

1 286 

12 



1 734 

1 495 

239 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availatile. (X) Not applicable. 
*Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



13 248 

3 565 

1 157 

138 

553 

ID) 

1 878 



4 344 

2 581 

950 

1 431 



1 704 

1 455 

239 



4 708 

2 583 

843 



4 256 
3 352 
2 965 



29 940 
10 299 
3 328 



85 346 
46 524 
15 595 



76 874 
58 520 
52 718 



6 016 

7 771 
2 975 
1 591 



152 


21 813 


243 


4 398 


IDI 


<0) 


ID) 


101 


224 


4 404 


185 


3 557 


38 


847 



1 549 
804 
377 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-35 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



TERKE HAUTE SMSA-Contmued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURI^ ISHINSS i EOUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINSS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY! CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

KEFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIOUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES' STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING IHOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately In this table. 



8 838 
It 480 
3 912 



3 2U2 
37i 
7U5 



15 953 
9 875 
6 81)3 



8 727 

8 465 

262 



17 668 

1 599 

671 



277 

836 

718 

118 

3 754 

2 399 

126 

2 006 

2 733 

1 517 



8 592 
4 336 
3 786 



14 533 
9 467 
6 479 



8 631 

8 369 

262 



1 946 

2 579 
1 437 



2 951 
2 368 
1 754 



24 595 
12 588 
11 305 



8 919 

849 

2 239 



56 376 
45 018 
32 146 



20 156 

19 534 

622 



7 019 

7 813 
4 774 



16-36 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars! 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No». 15 

(number) 



521 

522-52H 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



542 
5U3 
5«4 
545-5H9 



55 EX.551 



56 

56li567 

562-3.568 

562 

563 1 558 

555 

566 

564.569 



59 EX. 591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



ALLEN COUNTY 

(COEXTEI^SIVE WITH FORT V^.^YNE SMSA. SEE TABLE 4) 

BAF^THOLOMEIH COUNTY 



RETAIL 
LUMBER. 



TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HAROVIARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENEftAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOOI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

XOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl. . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



6 787 
3 698 
1 549 
1 540 



700 
040 
650 



5 384 
4 328 
1 055 



5 014 
3 015 

242 
1 031 
1 735 



5 751 
3 598 
1 549 
1 504 



5 338 
4 282 
1 055 



3 983 


3 545 


528 


528 


327 


251 


433 


(Dl 


355 


313 


370 


(Dl 


519 


519 


857 


851 


584 


512 



1 165 

1 030 

135 



15 334 

7 959 

772 

3 842 



17 842 

10 596 

3 843 

3 403 



457 


9 298 


549 


10 323 


110 


1 747 


208 


3 995 


105 


2 049 


103 


1 946 



7 095 
550 
741 



1 107 
1 364 
1 045 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-37 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 16 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

[number) 



delaware county 

(coextensive with huncie smsa. see table 1) 



RETAIL 
LUMBER I 



trade> total. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATINGi PLjMBINGt PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITUREi 
TOTAL. . 



HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



9 560 
3 506 
1 067 
1 661 
3 326 



17 69'* 
8 827 
3 Sit 
5 023 



12 


681 


^ 


2B3 


1 


578 


1 


733 


1 


616 




117 


2 


388 


1 


297 




287 



9 339 
6 983 
2 356 



16 312 

1 2U2 
261 
587 
685 

7 415 

967 

3 085 

2 040 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, (X) Notapplicalile. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



9 376 
3 488 
1 001 



17 636 
8 827 

3 830 

4 979 



7 


247 


1 


578 


1 


701 


1 


584 




117 


2 


388 


1 


293 




287 


6 


145 


2 


546 


3 


599 


e 


963 


6 


859 


2 


104 


5 


977 


5 


966 



15 650 

1 180 

213 

587 

573 

7 295 

967 

3 057 

1 778 



2 312 

1 028 

619 

665 



019 
253 
220 
204 



22 944 
7 676 
3 742 



6 510 

4 000 

460 



16 565 
5 758 
10 807 



37 357 
30 646 
6 711 



34 


162 


1 


983 




609 


2 


188 




9B2 


11 


671 


2 


913 


B 


070 


5 


746 



16-38 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paytoll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



522-52B 

5251 

5252 



53 P4RT* 
531 
533 
539 



5tt2 
5113 
5411 
5a5-5«9 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

561.569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

59« 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



SRANT COUNTY 



r^ETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEI^'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



8 069 


7 863 


3 361 


3 361 


524 


472 


1 174 


1 022 


3 010 


3 008 


8 899 


B 899 


5 288 


5 2B8 


3 386 


3 386 


225 


225 


22 393 


21 273 


21 767 


20 675 



5 485 
2 537 
2 948 



383 
592 
232 



993 

1 134 

983 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
e retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



6 558 

1 350 

2 772 
1 920 

852 

(01 

1 232 



6 7 19 

4 749 
1 970 



6 833 
378 
232 



3 145 
969 

1 108 
809 



963 


17 


365 


504 


9 


138 


90 


1 


699 


172 


2 


748 


197 


3 


780 


304 


25 


596 


BIB 


16 


445 


466 


8 


755 


20 




386 



911 


17 178 


?30 


4 242 


352 


6 510 


?93 


5 547 


59 


963 



15 


355 


6 


867 


8 


488 


31 


622 


25 


863 


5 


75° 


1 1 


792 


11 


792 


14 


345 




580 




445 




(D) 




(D) 


2 


772 


3 


588 


3 


745 


2 


492 


3 


145 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-39 



TABLES Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contin 



ued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,0001 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




HENRY COUNTY 






















502 


374 


65 004 


61 886 


5 900 


115 314 


2 025 


477 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERULSi HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 

521 

522-52") 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 


38 
10 
8 
11 


30 
10 
8 
5 


5 044 

2 132 

473 

457 


4 756 

2 132 

473 

205 


513 

284 

51 

16 

162 


10 259 

5 938 

963 

281 

3 077 


131 
69 
14 
8 
40 


36 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


6 
11 
11 


PARM FnilTPMFMT RF Al F R <; 


8 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


17 

1 
8 
8 


15 
1 
8 
6 


4 913 
(01 

1 287 
(0) 


4 899 
(Dl 

I 287 
(Dl 


660 
(Dl 
183 
(01 


12 612 

(01 

3 561 

(Dl 


243 
IDI 
91 
(Dl 


10 


nFPARTMFNT CTORF*; 


101 




3 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


101 




FOOD STORES 


















5U 
5U1 
5U2 
543 
5«« 
5115-549 




77 

67 

1 

2 


45 
41 

1 

2 


13 634 

13 428 

(Dl 

50 

59 


12 842 

12 698 

(Dl 

(01 


868 
847 
(Dl 

(Dl 


17 468 

16 759 

(01 

(Dl 


287 
272 

(Dl 

(Dl 


78 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


68 

(Dl 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 


2 
(Dl 
(01 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.554 


TOTAL 


46 


34 


16 144 


15 940 


1 238 


23 648 


273 


34 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 








85 


67 


6 101 


5 519 


448 


9 461 


173 


95 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


















56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 


TOTAL 


31 

13 
8 
5 
2 

11 


25 

11 

8 
3 
2 
7 


2 569 
503 
942 
575 
367 
(D) 
689 


(0) 
503 
908 
575 
333 

(01 
571 


(Dl 
100 
127 
72 
55 
(Dl 
59 
IDI 


(Dl 

1 232 

2 416 
1 416 
1 000 

(01 

1 010 

(01 


(Dl 
23 
68 
41 
27 

(Dl 
20 

(01 


(01 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


2 








4 
(01 




a 




IDI 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 




















TOTAL 


30 
20 
10 


22 

14 
8 


2 666 
1 571 
1 095 


2 500 
1 421 
1 079 


322 
215 
107 


6 147 
3 766 
2 379 


86 
59 
27 


29 


571 
572.573 




21 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


8 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 




















TOTAL 


75 
63 


69 
57 


3 909 

3 077 


3 471 
2 639 


656 
551 

105 


13 738 
11 817 


410 
369 
41 


81 


5612 
5813 




66 




15 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PTI591) 
591 ( 


TOTAL 


12 
8 


12 
8 


1 834 

1 481 

353 


1 834 

1 481 

353 


219 
193 
26 


4 509 

4 023 

486 


81 
71 
10 


11 




3 




3 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX. 591 




73 
10 
10 

1 

13 
13 


53 
6 

4 

1 

13 

5 
7 


7 732 

1 085 

359 

IDI 

4 336 
392 

860 


7 408 
951 
333 

(0) 

4 336 
368 
726 

(Dl 


619 
57 
43 

(Dl 

241 
34 
139 
(Dl 


11 470 

1 088 
708 
(Dl 

4 619 
572 

2 441 

(01 


197 
23 
17 

(01 

62 
11 
35 
(Dl 


67 




10 






10 






(01 






- 


596 




11 

6 






11 


599 




(0> 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 P4RT» 


TOTAL 


18 


2 


458 


(D) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(0) 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
e retailers, part of Sll^ major group 53, are shown separately In ttiis table. 



16-40 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contmued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


neaiest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



5251 
5252 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 



59PK591I 



59 EX 

592 

593 

59« 

595 

596 



597 



HOWARD COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH ( SEAFOOD I MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 
TOTAL 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI. . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



16 597 

12 851 

2 693 

1 053 



6 701 

1 711 

2 970 



6 297 
3 925 
2 372 



12 193 

1 023 
1*55 

97 

622 

5 7«9 

936 

2 049 
1 262 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16 577 

12 851 

2 693 

1 033 



6 701 

1 711 

2 970 



6 117 
3 853 
2 294 



7 Oil 
4 338 
2 173 



11 729 
925 
427 
(D) 
526 
5 723 
892 



1 356 
763 
205 
304 



10 425 

3 460 

5 801 

1 725 



56 693 

46 004 

8 321 

2 368 



14 943 
3 644 
6 299 
5 319 
980 
IDI 
2 906 



15 619 
10 574 
5 045 



33 671 

24 800 
8 871 



12 523 

12 225 
298 



23 868 
1 119 
1 013 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-41 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



KNOX COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTA 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARH EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. . . 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



3 768 
2 128 
1 350 



(01 
736 
707 



3 600 
2 396 

1 204 



390 
226 
15U 



732 
557 
175 



12 


486 


7 


403 


1 


154 


1 


297 


2 


532 


21 


030 


16 


514 



14 586 
11 112 
3 474 



J Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16-42 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5, 



Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



522-524 

5251 

5252 



5U3 
5U5-5U9 



55 EX.554 



56 

561 1 567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

56U.569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY 



RETAIL 
LUMBER. 



TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 1 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



Total 
(number) 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
KOMEN.S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE 
TOTAL. . 



HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



USIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Wlttl 

payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000] 



8 511 
3 266 
269 
2 093 
2 883 



3 203 

777 



Establisti 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



2 432 
533 
579 



2 835 

1 889 

946 



4 406 

3 591 

815 



Standard Notes' - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part ol SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



8 375 

3 250 

203 

2 029 



3 203 
777 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



2 733 

1 801 

932 



210 
4 048 

298 
1 972 

575 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



028 


17 


121 


399 


6 


094 


40 




759 


229 


4 


549 


350 


5 


719 



360 
242 
118 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

number) 



4 974 
1 037 
1 040 



7 272 
4 355 
2 917 



17 265 
14 948 
2 317 



6 585 

949 

4 655 

1 939 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-43 



TABLE 5, 



Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

5251 
5252 



5142 

543 

5U4 

545 

546 

5452 

5463 

549 



LAKE COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING) NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYt NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHI SED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCEuLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



184 836 

170 939 

4 293 

335 

2 069 
1 687 
1 140 

3 679 
3 253 

426 
641 
53 



115 758 
97 165 
85 521 



15 002 
10 833 

4 169 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicatile. 
•Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



32 823 
19 776 
1 919 



114 372 
97 165 
85 521 



39 138 

5 910 

6 420 
490 

14 762 
10 795 
3 967 



5 655 

1 009 

938 



2 238 

1 690 

548 



98 821 
61 062 
5 650 



22 845 

21 178 

1 667 



194 264 
161 967 
145 005 



112 815 

20 695 

19 309 

1 386 

43 836 

33 586 

10 250 



1 713 
1 390 
1 256 



1 799 
323 
306 



16-44 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5. 



Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contmued 



SIC 
code 



57 

571 

5712 

5713 

5711 

5715 

5719 

572 

5732 

5733 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

59« 

5942 

59«3 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 I 

597 
598 
59S2 ( 



5992 
5993 

599U 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 



S3 PART* 
532 
53« 
535 



County and kind of business 



LSKE COUNTY— CONTINUED 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES .... 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES ' . 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES lALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



□RUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS. 



Total 

(numt)er) 



With 
payioll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



51 03"t 
33 871 
24 500 



2 086 
826 
305 
521 



1 538 
1 087 
1 117 
4 092 
7 958 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



22 



(01 



1 776 
552 

2 512 
1 168 

388 

1 563 

(01 

(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, aie shown separately in this table. 



28 781 
17 965 
14 228 



47 942 
32 791 
23 762 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



33 


886 


4 


977 




(Dl 




(D| 




(Dl 




101 




(Dl 


2 


129 




(Dl 




(0) 


1 


518 




919 




(Dl 


4 


022 


7 


598 




IDI 




(Dl 




IDI 


1 


394 




552 


2 


360 




(Dl 




334 


1 


461 




(D) 




(Dl 




675 




(0) 




(Dl 




(01 


19 


083 




(01 




101 


10 


836 



4 475 
3 023 
2 333 



10 006 
8 043 
5 777 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



206 165 
166 001 
118 049 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



4 050 

868 

8 046 



4 649 
3 854 
2 770 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-45 



TABLE 



5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963-continued 







Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie 


SIC 
code 


County and kind of business 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,0001 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




LA PORTE COUNTY 


























133 190 


127 662 


11 602 


293 010 


1 112 


828 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




















TOTAL 


51 
19 
11 

9 


39 
15 
10 

5 
9 


9 313 

5 936 

892 

505 

2 010 


8 965 

5 796 

711 

115 

2 010 


1 HI 

f2l 
51 
138 


21 203 
17 209 

2 660 
982 

3 352 


252 

168 
29 
18 
37 


31 


521 
522-521 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


8 
12 
8 






6 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


30 
6 

15 
9 


30 
6 

15 
9 


11 161 
9 015 
2 500 
2 616 


11 161 
9 015 
2 500 
2 616 


2 126 

1 116 

383 

327 


13 986 
29 109 
8 052 
6 825 


717 
161 
177 
106 


10 








2 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


8 




FOOD STORES 


















51 
5U1 
5U2 
513 

sua 


TOTAL 


125 

3 

3 
10 


87 
65 
3 
3 

12 


29 953 
28 591 
157 
215 
312 
678 


28 975 
27 709 
157 
207 
221 
678 


2 ISl 
1 978 
11 
11 
20 
161 


11 097 

10 365 

191 

175 

310 

3 056 


690 
605 

11 
61 


122 


GROCERY STORES" INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


91 
3 




3 




3 




17 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.55U 


TOTAL 


61 


<49 


27 919 


27 285 


2 119 


17 156 


172 


10 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 








139 


103 


13 162 


11 960 


1 220 


25 851 


373 


115 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


















56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 


TOTAL 


72 
8 
35 
15 
20 
8 
15 
6 


56 
8 
27 
15 
12 
2 
13 
6 


8 100 

1 119 
3 321 

2 212 
1 082 
1 812 
1 373 

172 


8 120 

1 119 
3 188 

2 212 
916 
(Dl 
(01 
172 


1 117 
238 
192 
351 
111 
(01 
(Dl 
61 


21 552 

1 002 
9 212 
6 135 

2 807 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 371 


102 
18 
189 
125 
61 
(Dl 
(Dl 
33 


58 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


29 
13 




16 

(Dl 




(Dl 




8 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 


60 
30 
30 


11 
20 
21 


1 819 

2 619 
2 200 


1 307 

2 381 
1 925 


635 
356 
279 


13 181 
7 178 
6 006 


152 
81 
68 


56 




28 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


28 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 


196 
108 


162 
90 


10 081 
5 110 


9 371 
5 776 
3 595 


1 850 

1 319 

531 


35 951 
26 213 
9 738 


821 
626 
198 


200 




112 




88 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT(5911 
591 ( 


TOTAL 


23 
20 


19 
18 


3 910 
3 859 


3 816 
(D) 
(D> 


173 
(Dl 
(Dl 


10 019 
(Dl 
(Dl 


167 
(Dl 
(Dl 


15 




(Dl 




(Dl 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 

592 

593 

59« 

595 

596 

597 

598 


TOTAL 


113 
18 
9 

17 
10 
9 
12 


79 

12 
3 
2 
2 

13 
8 
9 

30 


9 819 

1 151 
173 
176 
169 

2 877 
898 

2 372 
2 030 


9 287 
890 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2 831 
850 

2 372 

1 908 


1 156 
35 
ID) 
(D) 
(Dl 
212 
108 
385 
331 


21 797 
717 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

1 107 

2 HP 
6 931 
6 376 


306 
16 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
51 
31 
72 
117 


105 




15 




(01 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


(Dl 
(Dl 




12 
11 




1 




50 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


50 


12 


1 533 


1 385 


251 


5 211 


57 


13 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this latile. 



16-46 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5, 



Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



522-52U 

5251 

5252 



542 
5«3 
5U"t 
5U5-5U9 



56 

561 > 567 

562-31 568 

562 

563 > 568 

565 

566 

564.569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



MADISON COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN. Si BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN. S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHI.MG STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . ■ . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available, 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16 385 

12 050 

1 046 

1 236 

2 053 



18 628 

12 985 

3 614 

2 029 



44 179 

42 035 

443 



3 345 

553 

2 095 



11 398 
7 289 
4 109 



(X) Not applicable. 



16 089 

12 024 

898 



18 582 
12 9i?5 
3 600 
1 997 



41 583 

40 553 

397 



8 826 

1 364 
3 898 
3 345 

553 

2 087 
(Dl 
(Dl 



11 072 
7 081 
3 991 



11 056 
7 539 
3 517 



1 729 


11 057 


1 258 


1 088 


858 


818 


185 


185 


480 


358 


4 357 


4 303 


1 410 


1 410 


1 271 


1 257 


1 910 


1 638 



2 601 

1 788 

546 

267 



1 238 
187 
601 
529 



1 865 

1 202 

563 



2 256 

1 804 

452 



26 500 
17 070 

2 740 

3 233 
3 457 



55 489 
39 758 
10 524 
5 097 



59 499 

57 036 

701 



24 920 

3 848 
12 516 
11 240 

1 278 

4 902 



36 077 
24 259 
11 808 



45 200 
37 358 
8 842 



I2'5 


23 012 


97 


1 887 


58 


1 093 


2? 


429 


38 


759 


?19 


4 391 


245 


4 912 


197 


3 783 


253 


5 758 


677 


13 026 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-47 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963-contmued 



SIC 

code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No». 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
521 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



512 

5143 

5'1« 

5«5 

546 

5462 

5453 

549 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



MARION COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. HALLPAPER STORES . . • 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISEO 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

EN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are stiown separately in this table. 



42 569 
19 887 
7 265 
2 404 



209 346 
169 784 
22 25B 
17 055 



222 950 
209 695 

3 137 
245 
783 

1 815 

1 717 

4 333 

2 348 
1 985 

260 
965 



231 HI 

189 349 

172 162 

(0) 

(01 

18 544 

12 415 

682 

10 121 

1 716 

(01 

(Dl 



12 731 
9 068 
3 663 



9 346 

11 288 

939 



1 123 500 



208 782 
169 784 
21 962 
16 787 



218 978 

206 713 

2 915 

245 



230 217 

189 349 

172 162 

(01 

(Dl 

18 010 

12 261 

682 

9 915 

1 678 

(D) 



12 637 
9 002 
3 535 



9 224 

11 222 

939 



5 907 

2 819 

846 

516 

366 



35 477 
29 331 

4 116 
1 994 



17 094 

15 202 

259 



978 
618 
360 



900 
107 
851 
286 



1 646 

1 269 

377 



114 986 
55 081 
16 774 
10 728 
6 466 

21 815 



723 782 
608 051 
78 583 
36 347 



328 255 

291 954 

5 587 

353 

787 

(0) 

(D) 

19 338 

12 245 

7 093 



415 784 

336 961 

303 504 

(Dl 

IDl 

26 880 

37 845 

1 859 

13 239 

4 517 

101 

(D) 



32 413 
25 199 
7 214 



21 682 

30 488 

1 970 



11 831 

9 443 

1 788 

580 



3 656 

2 785 
2 464 



16-48 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



MARION COUNTY — CONTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY! CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINAi GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STOREb 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS' LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . ■ 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES . 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



28 705 

22 025 

« 599 

1 005 



U 303 

3 695 

4 755 

618 



88 353 
65 20« 
H2 835 
9 559 
6 712 
6 098 
23 1«9 



53 352 

52 «78 

871 



69 298 

U 105 

3 365 

128 

3 237 

909 

516 

393 

1 511 
1 185 

326 
1 718 
3 212 

828 
8 251 
21 633 
« 368 

10) 
15 220 



1 


078 


3 


401 




666 




348 




907 




(Dl 




367 


3 


340 


53 


252 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



46 260 
27 231 
20 907 



4 297 

552 

3 745 



87 133 
64 522 
42 503 
9 473 
6 506 
6 040 
22 661 



53 000 

52 126 

874 



65 476 
10 401 
2 591 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



"« 


144 




(Dl 


15 


052 




(0) 


„ 


059 




(Dl 




217 




(01 




922 


3 


401 




666 




348 




865 




ID) 




285 


2 


854 


51 


332 




ID) 




ID) 


16 


962 



7 042 

4 Oil 

3 049 

676 

133 

ID) 

ID) 

1 719 

534 

778 



20 521 
17 083 
11 124 

2 729 
1 318 
1 912 

3 438 



9 549 
767 
486 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



137 199 
76 218 
57 323 

13 637 
3 006 

ID) 

(D) 

34 502 

11 896 

14 583 
1 067 

13 516 



429 412 
354 530 
233 470 
55 522 
28 511 
37 027 
74 882 



137 794 

134 889 

2 905 



201 899 
15 155 
10 178 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



1^7 


2 143 


109 


2 045 


128 


1 791 


325 


25 784 


310 


78 739 


610 


11 140 


(D) 


(0) 


?3ft 


57 959 


ID) 


ID) 


816 


16 098 


ID) 


(0) 


47 


1 100 


ID) 


(01 


107 


2 398 


758 


15 741 


150 


2 556 


63 


1 575 


115 


2 579 


ID) 


(D) 


36 


657 


726 


13 906 


537 


173 901 


ID) 


(Dl 


in) 


(0) 


535 


93 936 



1 486 
858 
640 



4 956 

1 143 

688 

640 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-49 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Continued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



522-52« 

5251 

5252 



542 
5tt3 
5141 
5H5-549 



5f.l 


567 


562 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


565 




566 




56« 


569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



POf!TER COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NuT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES" INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



3 698 
208 
905 

2 404 



2 880 


2 812 


795 


795 


812 


744 


506 


440 


306 


304 



3 867 

1 447 

2 420 



5 624 
4 233 
1 391 



099 


4 635 


450 


368 


83 


ID) 


386 


(D) 


197 


(D) 


774 


2 774 


176 


132 


375 


363 


558 


446 



995 


18 


228 


648 


U 


804 


28 




679 


134 


2 


?5S 


185 


3 


490 



4 693 
255 
872 

1 123 



16-50 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



ST JOSEPH COUNTY 



RETAIL TriADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHEFi BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
*OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI. . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



•^72 14115 

"■65 967 

1 8911 

372 



15 915 
10 183 
5 732 



26 957 
19 08H 
7 873 



I Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not < 
e retailers, part of SIC major troup 53, are shown separately in this table. 



18 


335 




101 


2 


922 


2 


811 



'69 577 

■"63 q77 

1 806 

335 



15 551 
9 983 
5 558 



19 166 


17 1(15 


IDI 


IDI 


1 227 


829 


557 


517 


IDI 


IDI 


2 613 


2 643 


1 1152 


1 ilOU 


U 078 


3 980 


« 589 


« 511 



'5 059 

''U 22q 

150 



2 512 

1 737 

805 



^^96 355 

"■bo IBS 

2 90e 



18 399 
31 511 
13 885 



108 758 
90 759 
17 999 



215 


1 139 


100 


1 951 


(01 


IDI 


156 


3 199 


276 


5 257 


511 


9 550 


798 


15 705 


152 


21 518 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-51 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY 



RETAIL 
LUMBERi 



TRADE 1 TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES" INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



23 087 
2 037 
1 073 



6 530 
2 060 
2 878 
2 U07 
(471 
(D) 
1 036 



5 856 
3 772 

2 oat 



10 615 
7 515 
3 100 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) WIthtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown seoarately in this table. 



10 125 

5 998 

7(i9 

601 

2 777 



26 197 

23 087 

2 037 

1 073 



6 492 
2 022 
2 878 
2 (*07 
(*71 
(D) 
1 036 



5 712 
3 698 

2 014 



11 008 


10 7544 


1 015 


919 


nt 


(Dl 


2 135 


2 091 


(407 


(0) 


3 535 


3 595 


5(45 


5445 


1 mo 


1 1(40 


2 086 


2 032 



3 715 

3 221 

3(43 

152 



993 
551 
332 



2 316 

1 820 
«96 



25 707 
16 31U 

2 911 
893 

5 589 



71 135 
52 120 
5 22e 
2 787 



559 

(D) 

3 523 



17 828 

5 356 
7 453 

6 095 
1 358 

(D) 

3 788 



50 771 
40 262 
10 509 



1 585 
3 255 

7 27(4 



16-52 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



Continued 



SIC 
code 



521 

522-52'* 
5251 
5252 



5U2 
5U3 
5l|t 
545-5H9 



55PT{55i|l 



56 

551.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



County and kind o( business 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. . . 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS .... 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO* TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 Holes: - Represents zero. (0) WItlilield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
e retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are stiown separately In this table. 



Total 

(numberl 



With 
payroll 



294 
181 
113 



Total, all 

establisti 

ments 

($1,000) 



10 257 

4 376 

1 664 

2 454 
1 763 



36 734 
29 251 
4 536 
2 947 



18 681 
3 538 
9 418 



10 609 
6 704 
3 905 



10 495 

10 295 

200 



1 894 

2 460 
494 

2 908 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,0001 



10 137 

4 376 

1 656 

2 342 
1 763 



36 688 
29 251 
4 536 
2 901 



IB 515 
3 442 
9 388 



10 213 
6 492 
3 721 



862 
302 
462 

742 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 528 
695 
319 
351 



4 753 

3 670 

755 

328 



3 145 

648 

1 597 



1 749 

1 115 

634 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



27 838 
13 786 
6 723 
4 513 
2 816 



111 870 

91 203 

14 246 

6 421 



61 665 

11 818 
30 493 



33 818 
21 616 
12 000 



76 087 
59 837 
16 250 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



1 966 

1 568 

398 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-53 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(numbeO 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




VIGO COUNTY 






















1 119 


769 


191 699 


185 345 


24 261 


458 173 


7 006 


1 005 




LUMBER. BUILOINS MATERIALS" HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 








«5 
19 
8 
12 


40 
15 
8 
10 

7 


6 194 
3 254 
528 
1 250 
1 162 


6 152 
3 240 
508 
1 242 
1 152 


860 
488 
126 
161 
85 


16 985 
8 687 

2 814 

3 784 
1 700 


206 
97 
28 
56 
25 


36 


521 

522-52« 

5251 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


13 

5 
11 




7 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


32 
6 
1« 
12 


21 
6 

12 
6 


27 905 
16 658 
3 751 
7 497 


27 658 

16 558 

(Dl 

(Dl 


4 249 

2 583 

(01 

(01 


75 787 

46 524 

(01 

(Dl 


1 337 
B04 
(01 
(Dl 


25 






LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


(01 
(Dl 




FOOD STORES 




















TOTAL 


205 

179 

1 

6 

15 


101 
85 

1 

6 
9 


33 283 

32 505 
(Dl 
40 
319 
(01 


30 809 

30 110 

(01 

319 
(Dl 


2 234 
2 102 

(Dl 

36 
ID) 


45 407 

43 790 

(01 

513 

(0) 


683 
525 
(Dl 

15 
(01 


188 


5itl 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


155 

(Dl 






n 






3 






(Dl 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






















76 


46 


29 914 


29 376 


3 167 


57 584 


635 


65 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


















55PT(55it) 


TOTAL 


118 


124 


12 464 


11 932 


1 218 


25 558 


425 


133 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 

561 1 567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

555 

566 

56U.569 


TOTAL 


45 
11 
16 
13 
3 
5 
12 


37 
9 

10 

3 

5 
12 


5 197 
880 

1 008 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 

2 064 


5 129 
862 
978 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2 064 


879 
149 
132 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
291 
(Dl 


17 170 

2 731 

3 044 
(D) 
(01 
(01 

4 897 
(Dl 


320 
40 
59 
(01 
(01 
(01 
78 
(Dl 


22 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


5 




(Dl 




(01 
(01 




5 




(Dl 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 






















53 
33 

20 


37 

21 
15 


7 015 
3 532 

3 484 


5 840 
3 405 
3 434 


1 274 
784 
490 


21 130 
10 949 
10 181 


251 
133 
118 


41 


571 
572.573 




25 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


15 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 


TOTAL 


272 
156 


210 
134 


12 025 
7 522 
4 503 


11 035 
7 294 
3 741 


2 321 

1 882 

439 


45 531 
36 443 
10 138 


1 097 
861 
236 


293 


5812 
5813 




160 




133 




















59PT(591I 
591 1 


TOTAL 


31 
29 

2 


29 
27 
2 


6 798 
(Dl 
(Dl 


6 750 
(Dl 
(01 


776 
(01 
(Dl 


15 573 
(0) 
(Dl 


297 
(01 

(Dl 


29 




(0) 




IDl 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 
592 


TOTAL 


169 
29 
18 
3 
13 
18 
10 
25 
53 


111 
17 
8 
3 
5 
16 
5 
19 
37 


10 517 

1 208 

543 

277 

499 

1 922 

1 753 

1 959 

2 355 


(01 
872 
407 
277 
(01 
1 920 
1 707 

1 885 

2 075 


(Dl 
45 
109 
43 
(Dl 
268 
357 
251 
390 


(01 
964 
2 176 
982 
(D) 

4 200 

5 358 
5 551 
7 151 


(0) 
27 
54 
16 

(Dl 
52 
62 
81 

122 


(Dl 




30 




14 






1 


595 
596 




(01 




13 
6 


598 
599 




18 




42 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 


TOTAL 


42 


10 


39 385 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(01 


(Dl 



J Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not a 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



iilable. (X) Not applicable. 



16-54 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contmued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
l^ov, 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 


Actiue 
proprie 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 




*aYNE COUNTY 


755 

50 

18 
8 
10 

33 

1« 
15 

105 
7U 

5 
5 
20 

57 

98 

19 

7 
20 
15 

5 
5 
lU 
3 

13 
25 
17 

111 
107 
37 

25 
18 

7 

121 
20 

3 

6 
15 
11 
11 
15 

10 


569 

11 

11 

5 

10 

31 

11 
13 

63 
12 

3 
6 
12 

15 

81 

15 
7 

18 

13 
5 
5 

12 
3 

35 
20 
15 

122 
91 
31 

17 
15 

1 

77 
12 
3 
3 

9 

12 
25 

6 


113 851 

5 975 

3 131 

1 251 

378 

1 903 

12 910 

5 576 

2 751 

3 510 

22 391 

19 989 

8 

122 

213 

2 029 

21 329 

10 322 

6 257 
729 

2 126 
1 732 

391 

(D) 

1 ISO 

ID) 

1 152 

3 216 

1 236 

9 192 
5 951 

2 538 

3 519 

3 160 
189 

10 967 

1 083 

93 

(D) 

272 

3 353 

735 

3 112 

1 909 

2 055 


109 705 

5 852 
3 131 

1 231 
291 

1 903 

12 871 

5 576 

2 751 

3 511 

21 503 
19 193 

110 
213 

1 957 

21 015 
9 592 

6 227 
729 

2 106 
1 712 

391 

(0) 

1 150 

(D> 

1 158 

2 936 

1 222 

9 008 
6 518 

2 360 

3 157 
101 
(01 

10 261 

809 

(Dl 

(01 

231 

3 189 

722 

3 108 

1 727 

1 738 


13 075 

1 080 
152 
311 
35 
282 

1 702 
839 

155 
108 

1 721 
1 28B 

5 
11 
387 

1 995 

980 

853 
81 
328 
281 
11 
(Dl 
172 
(D) 

685 
555 
120 

1 919 

1 579 

370 

637 
(01 
(01 

1 225 
57 
(Dl 
(Dl 
21 
330 
126 
107 
199 

215 


253 881 

21 751 
8 715 

6 993 
725 

5 319 

33 903 

15 122 

8 301 

10 180 

32 291 

21 273 

120 
751 

7 117 

11 226 

IS 257 

15 115 
1 651 
5 962 

1 995 
967 
(D) 

3 335 
(01 

11 582 

9 199 

2 383 

39 582 
31 701 
7 881 

12 209 
101 

(Dl 

22 675 

1 176 
(01 
IDl 
153 

5 127 

2 151 

6 530 
1 136 

1 051 


1 198 

269 
93 
95 
11 
67 

553 
317 
183 
153 

576 
119 

5 
22 
100 

137 

302 

351 
57 

131 

112 
22 

(Dl 
55 

(01 

151 
111 
10 

901 
756 
118 

178 
(01 

(01 

333 

25 
(01 
(0) 
6 
89 
10 
85 
58 

11 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




521 

522-52H 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


7 
10 

7 










GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 




531 
533 
539 


DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


6 
17 

101 


541 
5U2 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 


67 












21 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


39 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


95 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


29 


561.567 
562-3 t 566 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


1 
10 


553 1 568 
555 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 


1 

(Dl 

9 


561.569 

57 
571 
572.573 


OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


I0> 

32 

16 
16 






109 






37 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 








(0> 






(D) 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


110 






21 






(Ul 


59V 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


(01 
5 


596 




11 
10 






7 






18 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


36 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-55 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



SIC 
code 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No», 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now. 15 

(number) 



522-52« 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5U 
SUl 
542 
5U3 
51W 
5U5-5«9 



55 EX.55« 



56 

561 1 567 

562-31 568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

56«>569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

591 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



ArjDERSON 

RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDHARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 36 30 5 929 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 1« 11 3 153 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 1« 6 733 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 1« 12 15 9«7 

DEPARTMENT STORES 1 t 12 100 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 6 * 2 138 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES « 2 I 109 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S REAOY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 17 39 6 130 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 26 20 3 677 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 21 19 2 153 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 83 65 5 925 

LIQUOR STORES 15 9 953 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 8 1 730 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 9 9 1 129 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 9 7 903 

OTHER STORES 31 29 1 U67 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



5 793 

3 453 

597 



6 786 

1 041 
3 039 

2 878 



5 563 
783 
710 



1 021 
149 
513 
481 



1 088 
704 
384 



1 241 
952 
289 



15 156 
9 346 
I 910 



19 787 
13 358 
6 429 



25 298 
19 382 
5 916 



72B 


14 929 


62 


1 237 


49 


908 


101 


(Dl 


29 


570 


(Dl 


(Dl 


198 


3 957 


138 


2 700 


212 


4 781 



I 



16-56 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contm 



ued 



City and kind ot business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



EVANSVILLE 



RETAIL TF?ADE. TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATEF*IALS> HARDWAREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBINGt PAINTi ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS! FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORESi VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (MA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



17 


163 


11 


1*58 


5 


70b 


10 


495 


10 


295 




200 


10 


999 


2 


190 




887 




(01 




(Dl 




717 


2 


«60 




494 


2 


850 



747 
2 302 

462 
2 534 



3 UIO 

2 725 

685 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-57 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 



City and kind of business 



FORT WAYNE 

RETAIL 
LUMBER 1 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATINGi PLUMBING. PAINT. ELtCTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL - . 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. . . 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS .... 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. 



USIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avail 
e retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, aie shown separately m this table. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establisti- 

ments 



10 613 
6 676 
1 569 



55 295 

47 257 

6 «3« 

1 60lt 



■^67 025 

■'62 365 

1 332 



(Dl 
1 170 
1 624 
1 433 
1 124 

1 698 

2 557 
(Dl 



5 216 

Not applicat)le. ''Revised. 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



10 381 
6 676 
1 465 



55 259 

47 257 

6 428 

1 574 



r66 099 

161 517 

1 332 



12 606 
7 545 
5 061 



(Dl 
1 126 
1 510 
1 379 
1 094 

1 576 

2 523 
4 959 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



1 543 

1 020 

284 



257 
215 
205 
118 
324 
350 
1 004 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
l^ov 15 

(dollars) 



31 007 
20 001 
5 026 



169 696 

143 959 

21 595 

4 042 



^^102 446 

''86 518 

2 522 



37 220 
22 49? 
14 722 



104 287 
83 550 
20 737 



2 553 

4 873 

7 516 

19 552 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



16-58 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nou. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




GARY 






















1 366 


1 070 


258 525 


250 617 


31 656 


646 117 


9 145 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 






TOTAI 


58 
13 
25 
20 


46 
11 
17 
18 


7 578 
4 900 
1 739 
1 039 


7 354 
4 674 
1 667 
1 013 


1 237 
828 
297 
112 


23 896 
14 911 
6 842 
2 143 


250 
147 
73 
30 




521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDKARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


5 
18 
15 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


36 
6 

14 
16 


32 

6 

14 
12 


53 490 
41 115 
8 156 
4 218 


53 340 
ttl 115 
8 156 
4 058 


7 315 

5 401 

1 445 

458 


147 528 
111 364 
27 206 

8 958 


2 255 

1 502 
497 
156 


13 










3 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


10 




FOOD STORES 




















TOTAL 


253 
188 

17 

19 
25 


163 
118 
11 
V 
11 
19 


60 093 

55 147 

2 348 

433 

454 

1 711 


57 529 

53 123 

2 052 

433 

344 

1 577 


4 933 
4 330 
131 
35 
45 
391 


107 258 

94 850 

2 441 

713 

752 

8 502 


1 357 
1 114 
51 
17 
23 
152 


240 


5U1 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


170 


5«3 




5 










28 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 




















TOTAL 


51 


41 


36 152 


35 738 


3 220 


52 968 


518 


34 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 






TOTAL 


162 


138 


18 459 


17 293 


1 607 


35 815 


517 


171 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 






TOTAL 


118 
18 
45 
23 
22 
15 
35 
5 


102 
18 
41 
21 
20 
11 
29 
3 


16 647 

2 142 
5 824 
4 572 
1 252 
4 578 

3 590 
413 


16 431 

2 142 
5 810 
4 565 
1 244 
4 628 

3 490 
371 


2 433 
358 
879 
693 
186 
673 
473 
50 


48 576 
8 029 
16 889 

13 306 
3 583 

14 044 
8 722 

892 


691 
94 
277 
209 
68 
193 
111 
16 


70 


5611567 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


U 
33 






19 


563.568 


WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 


14 
5 






17 


564.569 




3 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 






















83 
50 
33 


59 
25 


11 895 
8 333 
3 552 


11 553 
8 097 
3 456 


1 880 

1 354 

525 


37 452 
26 742 
10 720 


394 
282 
112 


52 






28 


572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


24 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 

5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


326 
198 
128 


288 
176 
112 


20 064 
13 001 
7 053 


19 335 
12 755 
6 581 


3 991 

3 064 
927 


83 420 
65 219 

18 201 


1 938 

1 573 

365 


325 

172 

153 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 








50 

49 

1 


50 

49 

1 


8 837 
ID) 
(0) 


8 837 
(Dl 
(01 


1 213 
(01 
(Dl 


23 400 
(01 

(Dl 


385 
(01 
(01 


45 






(01 






(01 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 








189 

61 
18 

7 
2 
17 
21 
59 


125 
35 
16 

5 
2 
13 
15 
35 


16 577 

4 483 

1 435 

(01 

441 

(Dl 

1 759 

4 089 

4 049 


14 587 

3 415 
1 391 

(01 

429 

(D) 

1 735 

4 029 
3 367 


2 292 
231 
280 
(0) 
78 
(Dl 
328 
815 
504 


45 592 

4 034 
6 287 

(Dl 

2 014 

(01 

5 951 
15 631 

9 043 


588 
89 
109 
(01 
.26 
(Dl 
75 
129 
143 


179 


592 
593 


LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 


67 
15 
(01 






8 


596 


FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 


(01 

a 






14 






52 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 


TOTAL 


40 


16 


8 533 


8 519 


1 545 


30 202 


252 


30 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (I4A) Not available. (X) Not anplicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part o( SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-59 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



Witb 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No» 15 

(dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Actiue 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS' HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE' RADIO' TELEVISION' MUSIC STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES. . 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK' STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES' BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM' GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL' ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
retailers, part of %\t major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



7 768 

4 660 

576 

a 532 



31 189 
22 772 
2 070 
6 317 



12 936 

2 789 
5 539 
1 893 

645 
ID) 

3 490 



10 


105 


5 


230 


4 


875 


, 


749 


6 


886 


2 


863 



8 190 
292 
273 
559 



1 166 
1 754 
3 059 



7 624 

4 660 

562 

2 402 



31 189 
22 772 
2 070 



12 698 

2 753 
5 539 
4 893 

645 
(Dl 

3 288 



9 867 
5 030 
4 837 



8 715 
6 340 
2 375 



1 156 

1 664 

2 705 



4 375 

3 275 

403 

597 



1 948 
404 
943 
854 



1 785 

1 521 

264 



22 301 

13 881 

2 580 

5 840 



101 795 

71 264 

7 499 

23 032 



39 337 
8 290 

18 971 



38 132 
32 618 

5 514 



27 496 
263 
557 
992 



16-60 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contin 



ued 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



502 

5U3 
5«1 
5«5 
5«6 
5U62 
5463 
5lt9 



553 
559 



551 


557 


561 




557 




562- 


3i558 


552 




553 


558 


563 


( 



INDIANAPOLIS 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD/ MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STOSeS 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



29 210 
11 «85 
6 531 



159 113 
1U8 152 

2 288 
2«5 
575 

1 729 
1 355 

3 502 
1 752 
1 810 



201 932 
171 872 
155 133 



33 518 

5 202 

5 555 

6K6 

9 317 

5 517 

2 770 

315 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



175 085 

118 139 

17 501 

e 951 



155 855 

115 581 

2 056 

215 



1 002 

1 585 

711 



27 569 
3 119 
1 387 



12 562 

10 911 

195 



2 150 359 



76 651 
29 220 

11 291 



552 226 
570 671 
65 212 
25 707 



371 112 
311 056 
2B1 720 



771 


87 


597 


909 


15 


761 


(D) 




(0) 


(Di 




(D) 


285 


25 


762 


971 


19 


596 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-61 



TABLE 6 Cities Withi 500 Establisliments or More: 1963 



•Continued 



City and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payrall 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No» 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors ol 
unincoi 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



INDIANAPOLIS — CONTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS i EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISH, NGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STOI^ES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Noiisloie retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately m this table. 



(X) Not applicable 



10 


1U2 


38 


371 


?■? 


903 


22 


an 


IB 


819 


17 


963 


7 


7H0 


3 


642 




937 




877 




ID) 




(n) 




(Dl 




(D) 


a 


948 


8 


746 


? 


677 


2 


661 


1 


61t 


1 


156 



72 371 
51 836 
36 573 
6 686 
4 787 
3 790 
20 535 



3 732 
652 
229 

(Dl 

957 

3 173 

566 

348 
740 



71 373 

51 326 
36 305 
6 664 
4 525 
3 732 
20 047 



61 


780 


58 


782 


10 


173 


9 


469 


2 


905 


2 


251 




78 




(Dl 


2 


827 




(Ul 




887 




699 




(01 




(Ul 




(Dl 




(Dl 


1 


242 




972 




956 




(0) 




286 




(Ul 



16 329 
13 319 
9 523 
1 874 
909 
1 013 
3 010 



109 
116 

1 208 

2 869 



16 


744 


1 265 


64 


572 


729 


■jU 


507 


567 


9 


712 


101 


3 


006 


41 




(D) 


(D) 




(D) 


(D) 


28 


473 


267 


9 


386 


106 


14 


313 


163 



340 802 
274 150 
198 187 
38 358 



2 045 

1 660 

22 839 

70 244 



95 


2 130 


709 


14 853 


150 


2 655 


53 


1 575 


94 


2 252 


(D) 


(Dl 


36 


657 


624 


12 103 



16-62 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 



SIC 
code 



City and kind ot business 



Total 
(numtMr) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



522-52U 

5251 

5252 



5112 
5«3 
5tta 
5U5-5U9 



55 EX.55« 



56 

561.567 
562-31566 
562 

563 1 566 
565 
565 
551 .569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

591 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPHENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES' INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NuT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE' 
TOTAL. . 



HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



7 298 


7 218 


3 831 


3 831 


1 UK 


1 090 


1 152 


(0) 


891 


(Dl 


13 817 


13 817 


11 258 


11 258 


1 551 


1 551 


1 008 


1 008 


1« 348 


13 812 


13 510 


13 230 



« 557 

1 531 

1 958 

1 755 

212 

(Dl 

768 



5 273 
3 367 
1 905 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



4 557 

1 531 

1 958 

1 756 

212 

IDI 

758 



5 084 
4 073 
2 Oil 



5 129 


5 745 


832 


734 


427 


427 


97 


(D> 


499 


403 


438 


438 


935 


892 


1 831 


(01 


1 059 


947 



519 


11 685 


181 


3 408 


?74 


5 343 


244 


4 753 


30 


590 



742 
525 
216 



1 256 
917 
339 



17 163 

7 609 
3 440 



13 383 
9 388 
3 995 



28 894 
20 557 
8 237 



17 955 
926 

1 013 
(D) 

1 286 
535 

4 219 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-63 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish- 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARI^ EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. E..ECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STOREb 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) WiUiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



26 IJ56 


25 976 


24 838 


2H 378 


256 


(01 



8 054 
U 242 
3 812 



8 825 
5 768 
3 057 



1 437 
938 
499 



1 999 

1 537 

462 



29 380 
19 511 
9 869 



42 367 
32 062 
10 305 



941 
736 
205 



16-64 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-co 



-Continued 



SIC 

code 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



522-52« 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



511 
5«1 
5«2 
5«3 
5«a 
5U5-519 



55 EX.554 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

561.559 



59 E 


X.591 


592 




593 




594 




595 




596 




597 




598 




599 




53 PART* 




Standard 




Nonstore 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EOUIPHENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



2 570 

1 189 

268 

1 590 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



5 842 
729 

1 990 

1 595 
394 
(D) 

1 145 



7 119 
4 857 
2 262 



(01 

(Dl 

227 

2 002 

666 

2 095 

1 665 



1 080 

^Revised. 



5 802 
729 

I 970 

1 576 
394 
(01 

1 125 



5 909 
4 769 
2 140 



994 
666 
091 
499 



902 
358 
284 



648 
531 
117 



1 532 

1 186 

345 



18 433 
5 958 
5 523 
355 
4 587 



812 


15 427 


84 


1 551 


314 


5 557 


270 


4 700 


44 


967 



10 886 
8 555 
2 333 



30 566 
23 183 
7 383 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-65 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Continued 



City and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



SOUTH SEND 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING, PLUMBING. PAINl. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Ul 210 
33 911 
"t 553 
2 736 



16 160 
6 643 
6 331 
5 239 

1 095 
795 

2 079 
309 



18 396 
13 135 
5 261 



2 


289 


2 


866 




551 




ID) 




610 




522 


1 


144 


2 


565 



8 826 
4 759 
2 099 



41 146 
33 911 
4 523 



43 558 

39 035 

993 



16 038 
6 627 
6 326 
5 239 

1 087 
697 

2 079 
309 



12 030 
7 938 
4 092 



17 378 
12 983 
4 395 



9 532 

9 523 

109 



1 389 
652 

385 



6 375 

5 338 

746 

291 



3 787 

3 211 

576 



26 360 

12 465 
8 080 



53 786 
22 872 
21 028 
17 709 
3 319 
2 757 
6 258 
851 



38 726 
28 601 
10 125 



76 832 
54 251 
12 581 



1 954 

1 571 

285 



16-66 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



522-521 

5251 

5252 



5tt2 
5«3 
5«4 
545-5119 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



TERRE HAUTE 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILCING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zeto. (D) Wilhtieiii to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are sliown separately in this table. 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establisti- 

ments 

($1,000) 



9 682 
5 768 

3 914 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 903 

1 518 

385 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No« 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-67 



TABLE 7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
l^ov. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




INDIANA 


102 


<;8 


10 SOI 


10 203 


2 697 


57 087 


1 139 




5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


51 






32 
63 


28 
63 


3 621 
6 U23 

226 


3 536 

6 U23 

2m) 

226 


925 

1 7ia 

60 
32 


19 819 

35 881 
1 387 

612 


151 

619 

39 

18 


11 

35 

5 












EVANSVILLLi IND.-KY,, 5MSA 


^ 


5 


5S12 "ART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


5 




CAFETERIAS 


3 


^ 


(0) 
(0) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(Dl 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 








FT. WAYNE SMSA 






5812 PART 


IN-PI ANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


a 


u 


616 


616 


203 


3 890 


51 


3 








3 


(D) 
(D) 

1 275 


(D) 
(D) 

1 275 


(D) 


(D) 
(D) 

6 U70 


(D) 
(D) 

250 


(D) 
(D) 








GARY SMSA 


in 


10 


260 


5B12 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


1 




RESTAURANTS, LUNCHROOMS 


6 


6 


1 077 


1 077 


197 


5 220 


221 






CAFETERIAS 






INDIANAPOLIS SMSA 


















5ni2 PAST 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


3! 


31 


1 296 


■4 296 


1 195 


21 618 


102 


10 




RESTAURANTS, LUNCHROOMS 


10 


10 


1 156 


1 156 


318 


6 aio 

18 208 
15 865 


96 
306 

500 












LOUISVILLE, KY.-IND., SMSA 


36 


36 


2 1159 


2 159 


650 




5312 .^RT 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


23 






3 
16 


8 
16 


893 
1 258 


893 
1 258 


258 

3 30 


6 5 37 
8 151 


105 
180 






CAFETERIAS 


12 




REFRESHMENT PLACES 




MUNCIE SMSA 


















5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


3 


3 


390 


390 


138 


2 532 


53 


1 




CAFETERIAS 


1 


2 
1 


(D) 

(D) 


(D) 

(d) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(0) 
(D) 


(Ol 
(D) 




REFRESHMENT P' ACES 






















5812 "ART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


9 


7 


772 


TOO 


20n 


U 255 


75 


1 






2 


; 


(D) 


(0) 

(d) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 

Cr) 


(D) 






CAFETERIAS 






TERRE HAUTE SMSA 












5B12 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, TOTAL 


3 


1 


35 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 






2 
1 


1 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 






CAFETERIAS 











Standard Notes: - Represents zsro. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable 



16-68 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 8 Commissaries, Exclianges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for 
Military Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 





(These data were collected by the Departm 


nt Of Defense and a 


e not included in any of the tabtilalions of the 1963 Census of Business 






County 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 






TOTAL 


COMMISSARIES 




6 93y 

50 C 
1 916 

71 
4 6U7 


7Q11 

20 
2 52 

26 
^96 


246 

13 
71 

153 


15 079 

4 36 

3 708 

560 

10 375 


3 «73 

152 
1 528 

1 793 


217 

11 
125 

ei 


39 

18 
19 






231 












1 575 










EXCHANGES 


EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 




2 £08 
117 

2 '-4 91 


346 
1 

3U5 


HI 

HI 


7 301 

7 304 


653 

31 

36E 
71 
36 3 


231 

8 
127 
26 
70 


96 
11 

23 


3 677 




205 




1 U16 




■60 




1 1496 







Standard Notes: - ReDtesenIs zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availat)le. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-69 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or iVIore: 1958 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



($1,000) 



INDIANA! TOTAL 



ADAMS COUNTY .... 

DECATUR 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



ALLEN COUNTY 

FORT wAyNE 

NEW HAVEN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY . . 

COLUMBUS 

EDINBURG (PART)' • . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



BLACKFORD COUNTY, . . 
DUNKIRK (PART I ' . . 
HARTFORD CITY. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



BOONE COUNTY .... 

LEBANON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



BROWN COUNTY 

CARROLL COUNTY . . . . 

DELPHI 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CASS COUNTY 

LOGANSPORT .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



CLARK COUNTY 

CHARLESTOWN 

CLARKSVILLE 

JEFFERSONvILLE . . . 

SELLERSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLAY COUNTY 

BRAZIL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLINTON COUNTY . . . . 

FRANKFORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



DAVIESS COUNTY . . . . 

WASHINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. . . . 

AURORA 

GREENDALE 

LAWkEnCEBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DECATUR COUNTY . . . . 

GREENSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DE KALB COUNTY . . . . 

AUBURN 

GARRETT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. . . . 

MUNCIE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DUBOIS COUNTY 

HUNTINGBURG 

JASPER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ELKHART COUNTY .... 

ELKHART 

GOSHEN 

NAPPANEE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



AYETTE COUNTY . . . . 
CONNERSVILLE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FLOYD COUNTY 

NEW ALBANY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. . . . 

ATTICA 

COVINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 



23 965 
It 675 
9 310 

296 919 

256 942 

6 916 

33 091 



31 e3e 

21 736 
10 102 



19 202 
6 809 
10 393 

«8 358 

36 009 
10 3t9 

51 105 
3 6211 

2 373 
31 128 

3 571 
10 309 



33 743 
26 021 
7 722 



2a 1*01 

19 353 

5 01(8 

30 283 

13 613 

« 086 

12 584 

115 790 

96 493 

19 297 

26 825 
5 360 

12 478 

10 987 

126 070 

67 507 

27 296 
8 661 

24 504 

24 509 

22 766 

1 743 

48 320 

45 596 

3 222 



4 905 859 

22 061 
14 195 
7 856 

290 295 
253 175 

6 645 



(Dl 

13 851 

14 251 
(Dl 

11 350 
(01 

29 908 
21 042 
8 866 



16 572 

8 699 

9 873 

45 096 
36 633 
9 453 

50 811 
3 376 
1 895 

33 128 

3 483 
8 929 

19 564 
15 539 

4 225 

32 569 
25 537 

5 932 



29 007 

13 349 

3 878 

11 780 

111 236 

93 407 

17 829 

25 865 
5 130 

12 175 
9 559 

121 586 

54 451 

26 682 
8 405 

22 040 

23 253 
21 756 

1 495 



19 423 

7 607 

5 653 

6 163 



2 294 
1 472 

822 

37 053 

33 42 

597 

3 032 



(D 
(D 

1 179 

1 52 
ID 

1 274 
ID) 

2 950 

2 069 
881 

210 

1 560 
740 
820 

5 140 

4 432 

706 

4 946 
300 
170 

3 457 
316 
703 

1 842 

1 514 

326 



2 348 

1 984 

364 



13 323 

11 341 

1 962 

2 615 
452 

1 519 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . . 

BROOKVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FULTON COUNTY 

ROCHESTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



GIBSON COUNTY. . . . 
OAKLAND CITY . . . 

PRINCETON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



GRANT COUNTY 
FAIRMOUNT. 
GAS CITY . 



REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



GREENE COUNTY 

JASONVILLE 

LINTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. . . . 

NOBLESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HANCOCK COUNTY . . . . 

GREENFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



lARRISON COUNTY. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY . . . 

BROWNSSURG 

DANVILLE 

PLAINFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



lENRY COUNTY 

NEW CASTLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HOWARD COUNTY. . . . 

KOKOMO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



(UNTINGTON COUNTY. . . 

HUNTINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JACKSON COUNTY . . . . 

SEYMOUR 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JASPER COUNTY. . . . 
RENSSELAER .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



AY COUNTY ...... 

DUNKIRK (PART) . . . 

PORTLAND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY . . . 

MADISON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JENNINGS COUNTY. . . . 
NORTH VERNON . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JOHNSON COUNTY . . . . 
EDINBURG (PARTi' . . 

FRANKLIN 

GREENWOOD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



KNOX COUNTY 

BICKNELL 

VINCENNES 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY . . 

WARSAW 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



LAGRANGE COUNTY 



LAKE COUNTY. . 
CROWN POINT. 
DYER .... 
EAST CHICAGO 
EAST GARY. . 
GARY .... 
GRIFFITH . . 
HAMMOND. . . 
HIGHLAND . . 
HOBART . • . 



11 653 
7 048 
4 505 



17 
11 


569 
52! 


6 


048 


30 


643 


4 


269 


15 


433 


10 


921 



79 166 

3 515 

4 637 
61 435 

9 576 



25 


003 


3 


470 


9 


749 


11 


784 


30 


327 


13 


881 


15 


445 


26 


999 


15 


651 


11 


148 



52 103 
35 822 
16 281 



34 640 
24 621 

10 019 

29 965 

21 204 

6 781 

21 400 

11 054 
10 346 



25 473 
22 205 
3 266 

12 884 
9 898 

2 986 

35 653 

3 076 
15 758 

5 920 
9 099 

47 945 
3 853 

35 831 
7 262 

54 792 
24 710 
30 082 



561 514 
16 476 
3 710 
64 935 
9 137 
214 990 
6 755 
161 123 
13 162 
12 821 



9 575 

711 692 

3 332 

4 427 
59 319 

7 614 

21 953 
3 024 
9 059 
9 670 

26 457 

13 615 

14 842 

25 555 

15 337 

10 216 



49 127 
34 756 
14 359 

65 449 
59 349 
5 100 

31 158 
23 193 
7 955 

27 691 
20 562 

7 009 

19 566 

10 902 

8 684 

18 672 
3 204 

11 447 



23 689 
20 979 
2 710 

11 682 
9 424 
2 458 

33 519 

2 742 
15 656 

6 724 

8 197 

43 576 

3 279 

34 565 
5 714 

51 152 
23 790 
27 362 

15 238 

554 584 

16 006 
3 642 

60 205 
8 201 
206 114 
8 457 
155 313 
12 704 
12 019 



(D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicalile. 



^Edinburg is in Baittiolomevi and Johnson Counties. ^Dunliirk is m Blacktoid and Jay Counhes 



16-70 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or iVIore: 1958 



-Continued 



County and city 



LAKE COUNTY — CONTtNUElD 

MUnSTER 

*HITINS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

L» PORTE COUNTY. . . . 

LAKELAND 

LA PORTE 

MICHIGAN CITY. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LAWRENCE COUNTY. . . . 

BEDFORD 

MITCHELL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MADISON COUNTY .... 

ALEXANDRIA 

ANDERSON 

ELWOOD 

PENDLETON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARION COUNTY 

BEECH GROVE 

INDIANAPOLIS .... 

LAWRENCE 

SPEEDWAY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARSHALL COUNTY. . . . 

BREMEN 

PLYMOUTH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARTIN COUNTY 

LOOGOOTEE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MIAMI COUNTY 

PERU 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MONROE COUNTY 

BLOOMINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . 
CRAWFORDSVILLE . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MORGAN COUNTY 

MARTINSVILLE .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

NEWTON COUNTY 

NOBLE COUNTY 

KENDALLVILLE .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

OHIO COUNTY 

ORANGE COUNTY 

PAOLI 

remainder of county. 

owen county 

Parke county 

perry county 

tell city 

remainder of county. 

pike county 

petersburg 

remainder of county. 

porter county 

chesterton 

valparaiso 

remainder of county. 

posey county 

mount vernon .... 
remainder of county. 

pulaski county .... 

putnam county 

grcencastlc 

remainder of county. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



8 150 
17 718 
te 517 

106 593 

689 

36 696 



3a 529 
23 971 
5 757 



131) 93U 
8 729 
85 560 
1« 822 

2 817 
23 006 

943 202 

5 253 

865 918 

3 769 

U 823 
63 «39 

37 721 
5 000 
17 815 
lU 906 



37 322 
27 369 
9 953 

55 899 
«8 829 
7 070 



26 517 
13 211 
13 306 



32 765 
13 189 
19 576 



n 75 

« 596 

9 163 

8 256 

11 850 

12 59U 
8 551 
» 013 



9 806 

1 eo<j 

5 002 
51 722 

6 euu 

28 331 

16 5U7 



15 223 
8 176 
6 7U7 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



7 802 
16 528 
1(5 583 

100 437 
689 
3t 918 
"(6 822 
18 008 

31 573 
22 785 
5 513 
3 275 

128 HOH 

8 033 
82 901 
It 152 

2 755 
20 560 

914 104 

5 215 

839 500 



34 995 
4 760 

17 063 
13 172 

8 501 
4 584 
3 917 

35 230 
26 353 

8 877 

52 961 
46 915 
6 046 

35 512 

26 774 
8 738 

24 645 
12 425 
12 220 



30 401 
12 911 
17 490 



12 205 

4 374 

7 831 

7 522 

10 656 

10 698 

7 869 

2 829 



7 950 
4 502 
3 448 
49 604 
6 332 
28 019 
15 253 



22 163 

15 230 
6 933 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



14 117 
761 
9 &43 
1 571 
284 
1 658 

121 007 
600 

112 028 

392 

603 

7 384 

3 310 



1 031 
375 
656 

641 

936 



5 469 

566 

3 209 

1 694 



1 989 

1 410 

579 



County and city 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. . . . 

UNION CITY 

WINCHESTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 
RIPLEY COUNTY 

BATESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

RUSH COUNTY 

RUSHVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

ST JOSEPH COUNTY . . . 

MISHAWAKA 

SOUTH BEND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SCOTT COUNTY 

SCOTTSBuRG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHELBY COUNTY 

SHELByVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SPENCER COUNTY . . . . 

STARKE COUNTY 

KNOX 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

STEUBEN COUNTY . . . . 

ANGOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. . . , 

SULLIVAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

SWITZERLAND COUNTY . , 

TIPPECANOE COUNTY. . , 

LAFAYETTE 

WEST LAFAYETTE . . , 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

TIPTON COUNTY 

TIPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

UNION COUNTY 

VANDERBURGH COUNTY . . 

EVANSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

VERMILLION COUNTY. . , 

CLINTON , 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

VIGO COUNTY , 

TERRE HAUTE. . . . , 
WEST TERRE HAUTE . < 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

WABASH COUNTY. . . . , 
NORTH MANCHESTER . , 

WABASH < 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

WARREN COUNTY. . . . , 

WARRICK COUNTY . . . , 

BOONVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. . , 

SALEM , 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

WAYNE COUNTY 

CAMBRIDGE CITY . . , 

RICHMOND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

WELLS COUNTY 

BLUFFTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

WHITE COUNTY 

MONT I CELLO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WHITLEY COUNTY . . . . 
COLUMBIA CITY. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



1 542 
267 

1 017 
258 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



22 889 
4 500 
13 389 

22 198 
15 806 

6 392 

273 610 
42 433 

201 869 
29 308 

12 682 

7 773 
4 909 

36 467 
29 112 
7 355 



18 145 

8 622 

9 523 

28 282 
12 486 
15 796 

17 726 
9 539 

8 187 



103 630 

76 637 

15 094 

11 899 



204 280 

197 484 

6 796 

16 952 
10 545 

6 307 

137 263 

126 Oil 

3 648 

7 604 

36 735 

8 190 
21 747 

6 798 



12 868 
9 168 
3 700 



25 707 
11 950 
13 757 

20 308 
11 259 

9 049 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



26 512 
5 813 

12 577 
8 122 



20 552 
15 146 
5 406 

262 472 
40 511 

194 445 
27 516 



34 295 

28 804 

5 491 



16 603 
8 238 
8 365 



16 090 
9 207 
6 883 



101 120 

75 175 

14 758 

11 187 



196 374 

190 390 

5 984 



129 937 

120 533 

3 464 

5 940 



7 700 
20 849 
5 946 



14 743 

10 097 

4 646 

11 142 
8 426 
2 716 

79 579 

5 384 
65 299 

8 996 

19 385 
U 937 
7 448 

24 667 

11 690 

12 977 

18 314 
10 879 
7 935 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. fNA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-71 



TABLE 10. 



Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 



[Data ate based on 1964 SUSA deflnilions] 



Kifid of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establlslv 

ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

ING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

THER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HD*E. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKI.'JG PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS 



CHICAGO, ILL-NORTHWESTERN INDIANA SCA' 



EVANSVILLt, IND.-KY,SMSA 



5 280 

3 2U6 

lU 320 

2 115 

8 618 

2 898 



558 

226 

I 303 



1109 
130 
277 



38 682 

1 873 
1 012 
6 589 
1 505 
3 996 

a isn 



9 030 795 

110 982 

1 013 OUU 

2 083 092 
1 162 615 

530 867 

658 216 
HUB 755 
810 119 
322 101 
796 165 
791 206 



8 552 817 

386 000 

998 588 

1 931 102 

1 152 775 

195 337 

637 310 
130 035 
712 127 
317 201 
727 227 
762 112 



255 191 

15 322 

26 031 
63 256 
11 531 

19 377 

23 597 
11 151 

20 221 
10 315 
13 116 

8 568 



GARY-HAMMONOEAST CHICAGO SMSA 



16 371 
11 852 
63 525 
52 312 
20 819 



9 212 
21 391 
11 055 



16 096 

11 226 
62 539 
50 790 
19 217 

16 209 

12 120 

22 781 
9 138 

23 517 

13 529 



371 
250 
1 037 
133 
586 
135 



633 236 

11 062 
72 553 

178 013 

85 718 

51 811 

13 913 

31 910 

50 807 

20 998 

12 135 

13 953 



LOUISVIILE, KY.-IND,SMSA 



371 

lis 

891 
327 
818 

363 
352 
1 213 
3«5 
680 
128 



68 200 
163 351 
211 118 
193 022 

78 178 

16 062 
58 709 
85 302 
53 311 
95 951 
11 118 



8 528 
12 671 
30 690 

IS 138 



5 556 

6 257 
8 231 



193 755 

11 616 

27 031 

13 305 

37 693 

15 516 

6 600 
9 883 

11 360 

7 160 
(D) 
(D) 



1 087 131 

61 696 

161 818 

233 190 

190 320 



11 956 
56 229 
81 662 
52 899 
90 081 
37 506 



111 236 

8 202 

12 528 

29 666 

19 060 

7 666 

5 102 

5 769 

8 081 
1 177 

9 052 
1 635 



38 315 
36 859 
13 522 

6 376 
9 369 
12 598 



6 151 

516 
221 
1 263 
515 
715 

100 
507 
1 505 
251 
918 
551 



595 

510 
225 
1 Oil 
215 
638 
71 



120 
113 
121 



52 516 
10 051 
68 665 
36 129 
61 972 
17 372 



511 551 

25 857 
ie 155 
69 101 
52 158 

21 217 

19 971 
IB 509 

22 509 
11 018 
21 352 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in Ihis table. 
'Chicago, III. -Northwestern Indiana Standard Consolidated Area, 



212 325 

11 698 
25 128 
58 316 
11 139 

17 711 

23 291 
15 591 

18 808 
10 175 

(D) 
(D) 



601 188 

59 972 
71 865 
166 785 

81 952 
18 181 

12 915 
31 030 
16 181 
2 952 
37 665 

13 087 



781 328 

10 221 
96 907 

185 637 
111 066 
51 775 

51 512 
58 857 
65 601 

55 921 

56 631 

11 962 



22 571 

19 660 
17 517 

21 165 
10 791 

22 222 
1 515 



16-72 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 







Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 




With 
payroll 


Total, all 


Establish- 




With 
payroll 


Total, all 


Establish- 


Kind of business 


Total 


establish- 
ments 


ments with 
payroll 


Total 


establish- 
ments 


ments with 
payroll 






(number) 


(number) 


w.m) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 






BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY 


CLARK COUNTY 




507 

40 


357 
30 


55 495 
7 948 


52 408 
7 782 


520 
32 


362 

25 


54 105 
3 533 




52 


LUMBER. BLDS MATLS. HDKE . FARM EOUIP. DEALERS 


3 383 


53 PART. 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


25 


17 


5 347 


5 183 


9 


7 


2 559 




5U 


FOOD STORES 


90 


56 


12 814 


11 844 


107 


59 


16 503 


15 247 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


41 


29 


8 234 


7 918 


27 


25 


10 312 


(01 


55PT(5541 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


71 


47 


4 514 


3 935 


106 


80 


8 519 


7 855 






21 
38 


19 
26 


1 999 

2 840 


(Dl 
2 544 


22 

19 


20 
11 


1 517 
1 006 




57 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


850 


58 


EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


94 


80 


4 351 


4 131 


92 


74 


3 546 


3 364 


59PT(5911 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


12 


12 


1 945 


1 945 


16 


16 


1 841 


1 641 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


58 


36 


4 580 


4 294 


69 


41 


4 257 


3 801 






17 


5 


924 


ID) 


21 


3 


312 












ELKHART COUNTY 


GRANT COUNTY 




1 081 
100 


779 
72 


128 070 
10 865 


121 588 
10 331 


754 
55 


510 
43 


79 166 

7 175 


74 692 

7 041 


52 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


46 


32 


12 308 


11 898 


39 


19 


7 353 


5 659 


54 


FOOD STORES 


151 


103 


27 614 


26 205 


126 


72 


19 717 


16 335 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


92 


60 


25 194 


24 455 


55 


38 


13 538 


13 278 


55PT(554I 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


132 


94 


10 365 


9 114 


99 


73 


7 162 


5 592 






71 
83 


59 
59 


5 475 
5 398 


6 241 
5 090 


45 
54 


42 
38 


5 226 
4 268 




57 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


4 125 


58 


EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


167 


143 


7 305 




146 


116 


5 732 


5 336 


59PT(591I 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


31 


31 


4 381 


4 381 


20 


18 


3 864 


(Dl 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


159 


117 


15 505 


15 787 


92 


48 


4 851 


4 067 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


49 


9 


1 559 


1 081 


21 


3 


280 


(0) 




HENRY COUNTY 


HOWARD COUNTY 




517 
56 


363 
35 


52 103 
5 862 


49 127 


615 

54 


443 
36 


69 959 
5 175 




52 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EOUIP. DEALERS 


5 579 


53 PART- 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


14 


12 


3 447 


(Dl 


17 


IS 


8 537 


(Dl 


54 


FOOD STORES 


89 


55 


12 943 


11 899 


86 


52 


16 740 


15 660 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


39 


33 


10 551 


10 529 


42 


22 


10 512 


9 658 






82 
28 


52 
26 


4 218 
2 240 


3 528 

(D) 


78 
51 


58 

45 


5 lie 

3 973 




56 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


3 855 


57 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


45 


27 


a 537 


2 319 


44 


32 


3 884 


3 666 


58 


EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


64 


60 


2 410 


2 358 


115 


101 


4 664 


4 376 


59PT{591I 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


13 


13 


1 456 


1 456 


15 


15 


2 664 


2 854 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STOREb 


74 


44 


5 528 


5 210 


93 


61 


6 722 


6 228 






13 


5 


711 


(01 


20 


6 


780 


(Dl 








KNOX COUNTY 


KOSCIUSKO COUNTY 




566 

42 


380 

34 


47 945 
5 289 


43 678 
5 071 


539 
60 


367 
38 


54 792 
6 224 




52 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 


7 804 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES' 


27 


17 


6 923 


5 795 


31 


21 


3 642 


3 600 


54 


FOOD STORES 


107 


49 


11 493 


9 771 


74 


42 


10 188 


9 175 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


26 


20 


7 252 


5 872 


34 


28 


9 055 


8 990 


55PT(554I 




90 
25 


54 
25 


4 400 
1 629 


3 560 
1 629 


54 
27 


23 


4 533 
1 896 


3 843 


56 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES . . 


1 850 


57 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


32 


28 


2 585 


2 555 


31 


23 


1 715 


1 553 


58 


EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


104 


80 


2 759 


2 493 


85 


69 


3 049 


2 767 


59PT1591) 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


21 


17 


1 453 


1 401 


13 


13 


1 450 


1 450 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


78 


52 


3 308 


(D) 


81 


53 


9 581 


9 197 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


14 


'' 


845 


(D) 


39 


13 


1 248 


922 




LAKE COUNTY 


LA PORTE COUNTY 




4 133 
235 


2 995 
181 


581 514 
35 329 


554 584 
34 423 


987 
73 


691 

49 


106 593 
7 092 




52 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLS i HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 


5 502 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


112 


70 


58 319 


57 587 


35 


25 


8 794 


8 522 


54 


FOOD STORES 


826 


476 






172 


118 


27 345 


25 031 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


190 


150 


77 084 


76 385 


53 


49 


15 585 


15 384 


55PT(554) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


492 


408 


45 259 


42 319 


150 


95 


11 764 


10 612 


56 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


345 


305 


42 255 


41 323 


60 


58 


6 705 


(Dl 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


231 


179 


30 331 


29 473 


62 


34 


3 480 


2 660 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


943 


745 


46 372 


42 195 


224 


164 


9 210 


8 114 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


120 


116 


19 384 




18 


18 


3 354 


3 354 


59 EX.591 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 


520 


318 


38 518 


34 258 


108 


72 


11 877 


11 173 


53 PART* 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


119 


47 


13 307 


12 495 


32 


8 


1 385 


(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Nol available 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-73 



TABLE 11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 



-Continued 



Kind of business 



Total 
(numlwr) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 

payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUHBERi BLDG MATLSi HD«IE i FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINii. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG HATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKL'JG PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



MADISON COUNTY 



MARION COUNTY 



131* 934 

13 026 

U 617 

37 853 

20 157 

9 178 

6 604 

5 770 

8 986 

5 733 

11 080 

2 890 



128 404 

12 574 

12 433 

35 943 

20 005 

8 025 

6 210 

5 048 

8 536 

5 733 

10 402 

2 394 



47 107 

153 885 

198 565 

158 642 

60 432 

38 983 
50 201 
74 865 
45 400 
74 892 

39 230 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY 



273 610 

20 970 
35 602 
61 175 
46 059 
20 342 

18 546 

17 139 
20 105 
10 124 

18 556 
4 992 



58 045 
45 151 
19 254 

18 286 
16 055 

19 307 
9 900 

16 874 
4 470 



103 630 

7 707 
15 820 
22 964 
13 075 

8 553 

5 377 

5 726 

8 621 

5 095 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY 



8 516 
23 231 
48 158 
32 152 

15 385 

21 493 
11 975 

16 472 

8 889 

9 984 
8 005 



195 374 

8 170 

23 075 

45 525 

31 785 

14 351 

21 261 

11 567 

15 524 



137 263 

8 130 

22 811 

28 303 

25 168 

10 840 

4 801 
7 535 

10 467 

5 527 
10 869 

2 612 



WAYNE COUNTY 



7 093 

5 320 

4 273 

5 989 
2 383 
9 207 
1 741 



5 983 
5 959 
18 895 



5 320 

4 007 

5 735 
2 243 



914 104 

44 637 
152 909 
191 313 
156 384 

57 584 

38 339 
48 349 
71 769 
46 012 
70 364 
36 444 



5 570 
8 563 

5 088 

6 220 



129 937 

7 845 

22 571 

25 355 

24 852 

9 740 

4 669 

7 373 

9 257 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure- (NA) Not available (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



16-74 INDIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Cities With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1958 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl.OOO) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



59PT(i 
59 EX<591 
53 PART» 



59PT(; 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



51 


PART. 


511 




55 


EX.S5U 


55F 


T(55«l 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART 



59PT(591 
59 EX.59; 
S3 PART" 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HDWE i FARM EOUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTOBE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HD*E. FARM EOUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STOREb 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL r-ERCHANDISE GROUP STORES » 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STCRES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HD*E i FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STCRES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STCkEs. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



85 560 

« 852 
10 OIU 
26 116 
m 096 

« 834 

« 898 
i» 527 
5 619 
H 078 
« 166 
2 060 



82 


90« 


4 


662 




(Dl 


25 


332 


13 


998 



1 
7 


680 
'(35 


9 


691 


3 


610 


6 


139 


3 


153 


9 


206 


2 


25U 


6 


555 


1 


871 



3 323 

8 807 

15 622 

14 351 

5 651 

3 610 

2 477 

3 710 
2 939 
5 149 

968 



54 


461 


3 


183 


8 


765 


14 


962 


13 


713 


« 


755 


3 


516 


? 


309 


3 


586 


2 


939 


5 


865 




868 



8 079 
22 533 I 
46 172 i 



11 695 

15 015 

8 889 

9 576 



53 807 
47 282 
14 582 



8 171 
18 304 
13 689 



10 520 
43 306 
53 193 
45 926 
13 654 

15 786 

11 158 
20 607 



9 


882 


29 


680 


55 


670 


27 


690 


14 


977 


18 


580 


12 


888 


16 


266 


7 


589 


15 


759 


6 


009 



161 123 


155 313 


7 890 


7 572 


29 337 


29 249 


42 212 


40 182 


21 972 


21 692 


9 215 


8 423 


13 227 


13 003 


10 755 


10 567 


10 569 


9 657 


5 204 


5 204 


7 144 


6 488 


3 598 


3 276 



5 


388 


IP 


230 


27 


684 


16 


115 


6 


744 


5 


423 


4 


475 


6 


720 


3 


635 


A 


B19 


1 


260 



93 


407 


5 


160 


12 


152 


26 


994 


15 


759 


6 


212 


5 


269 


4 


111 


6 


598 


3 


635 


6 


363 


1 


134 



295 
133 
660 
286 
586 

308 
335 
1 027 
258 
759 
312 



865 918 

38 759 
153 096 
174 572 
150 223 

50 009 

37 741 

47 666 

65 891 

39 606 
70 823 
37 530 



201 869 

12 325 
34 185 
42 783 
30 251 
12 255 

16 183 
14 929 
14 006 

8 006 
12 612 

4 134 



Standati) Notes: - Reptesenis zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
Nonstore letaileis, pact ol SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



INDIANA 16-75 



TABLE 12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 



SIC 
code 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER) BLDG MATLSi HDWEt FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

POOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STOREb. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
((1,000) 



126 Oil 

6 683 

22 020 

26 012 

24 207 

8 328 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



21 970 
24 000 
23 909 
7 638 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 

•Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC malor groug 53, are shown separately in this table. 



lov^a 



CONTENTS 

[Page numbers listed here omit tiie State prefix, 17-, which appears as part of number for each page.] 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 16 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 30 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 36 

7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 42 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 42 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 43 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 45 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 46 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 47 




17-3 



1958 



$3,366,964, 



State total 




1963 



$3,887,599,000 



EACH SYMBOL = ;=.=.;=. i rm 
5% CHANGE ^^^Ij/o 



IOWA Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 



Lumber, BIdg. Materials, Farm 
Equip., Hardware Dealers 



P-4% 



General Merchandise 
Group Stores 



Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



Gasoline Service 
Stations 



Apparel, ^ 172 
Accessory Stores P1169 

^-1% 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^150 
Equipment Stores 145 

P-4% 

Eating, Drinking Places ^g y^. 

mm Wo 

Drug Stores, N 99 
Proprietary Stores P n4_ 




Other Retail Stores 



Nonstore Retailers 



376 



532 

mmmiAn 



39 
65 



64% 



1958 1963 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census ^ 



17-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-5 



TABLE 1. 



The State: 1963 and 1958 





Kind of business 


1963 


1958 




Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 






30 915 


23 123 


3 887 599 


3 720 937 


35 498 


23 094 


5 366 964 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDHARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 








3 459 
958 
479 
922 

1 100 


2 969 
922 
355 
726 
966 


488 482 
169 120 
28 851 
54 557 
225 944 


475 144 
167 582 
26 549 
59 821 
221 192 


4 111 
1 140 
552 
1 155 
1 263 


3 389 

1 038 

396 

830 

1 125 


509 487 
177 455 
25 848 
72 446 
233 728 




521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


175 147 
23 166 
65 105 

229 990 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 


1 115 
79 
484 
552 


989 
79 
438 
472 


365 559 
227 300 
62 261 
75 998 


362 431 
227 300 
51 477 
73 554 


1 360 

55 

445 

849 


1 002 
65 
392 
545 


293 814 
159 034 
54 175 
80 60'i 


285 792 
159 034 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


73 477 




FOOD STORES 






















3 812 

3 071 

135 

88 
104 
414 


2 704 
2 219 
75 
28 
64 
318 


787 453 
746 594 
10 630 
5 120 
3 488 
21 631 


750 579 

715 850 

(D) 

2 554 

2 218 

(0) 


4 633 
3 603 

(M 

123 
121 
557 


3 165 
2 549 
(M 
37 
55 
377 


706 174 
654 208 

(M 

4 892 
2 697 
27 299 


667 908 


5U1 
5«2 
503 
5«« 
5145-519 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH <SEAF00D1 MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 


624 234 

(') 

3 124 

1 897 

23 699 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






















1 755 


1 529 


573 764 


554 864 


1 803 


1 589 


546 150 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 








4 438 


3 306 


324 364 


289 310 


4 447 


3 143 


272 067 






APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 

561 '567 

562-3.568 


TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


1 689 
413 
581 
452 
119 
189 
418 
88 


1 453 
387 
535 
424 
HI 
123 
340 
68 


159 235 
43 687 
58 172 
50 284 

7 888 
29 955 
33 342 

4 079 


154 331 
43 217 
57 584 
49 756 
7 828 
28 301 
31 398 
3 831 


1 819 
470 
577 

** 

429 
112 


1 531 

432 
515 
441 

74 
151 
345 

88 


171 556 
44 242 
55 791 

** 

** 

30 383 

5 779 


155 588 
43 284 
54 575 
50 691 


563.568 
555 
556 
554.559 


BrOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


3 984 
33 497 
28 913 

5 219 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


1 626 
841 
785 


1 274 
627 
647 


144 535 
85 480 
59 055 


137 927 
81 592 
55 335 


2 051 

834 

1 217 


1 443 
632 
811 


150 349 
79 150 
71 199 


140 877 
75 544 
55 333 






5 313 
3 908 
1 905 


4 591 
3 358 
1 233 


223 644 
169 287 
54 357 


203 185 
161 557 
41 529 


6 429 
4 210 
2 219 


4 811 
3 408 
1 403 


203 235 

144 844 
58 391 




5812 




133 490 


5813 


DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 


43 961 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT(5911 
591 ( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 


899 

770 
129 


809 
718 
91 


113 780 

109 486 

4 294 


112 300 

108 534 

3 766 


976 

844 
132 


870 
758 

112 


99 244 
94 520 

4 624 


97 044 
92 756 
4 288 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 




59 EX.591 




4 704 
384 
308 
73 
175 

1 714 
377 
468 

1 205 


3 255 
370 
144 
61 
107 

1 248 
259 
314 
753 


532 195 
54 059 

7 842 

8 215 
8 625 

353 213 
19 229 
38 555 
42 345 


509 537 
53 833 

6 222 

7 842 
7 828 

342 855 
17 423 
35 493 
37 141 


4 441 
272 
242 
86 
172 

1 504 
443 
512 

I 110 


2 843 
268 
122 
68 
95 
1 084 
293 
324 
588 


375 528 
41 861 
5 851 
9 154 
7 788 
205 814 
19 279 
47 119 
37 662 


350 998 






41 803 


593 
59U 
595 
595 


ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 


4 547 
8 652 
6 720 
198 020 
16 869 






44 219 






30 158 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 




1 585 


243 


54 578 


51 228 


1 428 


208 


39 360 


26 762 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) NotappI 
'Nonstore retailers, part pf SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only al the next broader kind-of-business level. 
^Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition. 



17-6 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2. 



The State: 1963 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No»^ 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No». 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 






30 915 

3 469 
775 
193 
179 
247 
53 
922 

1 100 

1 115 
79 
484 
484 

24 

3 812 

3 071 
119 

15 
88 
104 
80 
245 
217 
29 
68 
20 

1 765 
940 
882 
22 
36 
244 
332 
91 
158 
90 
59 
9 

4 438 

1 689 

413 

398 

15 

581 
452 
119 

3 

52 
15 

189 

418 

15 

27 

2 

373 

76 

12 


23 123 

2 969 
749 
173 
143 
185 
27 
726 
956 

989 
79 
438 
420 
38 
14 

2 704 

2 219 

73 
2 
28 
64 
52 
202 
189 
13 
52 
12 

1 529 
932 
875 
22 

34 
146 
278 
91 
82 
40 
39 
3 

3 306 

1 453 

387 

382 

5 

535 

424 

HI 

42 

3 

2 

52 

12 

123 

340 
14 
27 

2 
297 
66 

2 


3 887 599 

488 482 
143 149 
25 971 
9 554 
15 219 
3 078 
64 557 
225 944 

355 559 
227 300 
52 261 
72 859 

2 322 
817 

787 463 
746 594 

10 341 
289 

5 120 

3 488 

4 072 
8 941 
8 029 

912 
7 325 
1 292 

573 764 

574 391 
528 930 

11 553 
33 908 
31 205 
41 504 

12 942 

13 722 

5 148 
7 727 

847 

324 364 

169 235 

43 587 

43 353 

324 

58 172 

50 284 

7 888 

1 753 

(01 

(01 

4 291 

1 541 

29 955 

33 342 

(01 

3 990 

(D) 

27 858 

3 899 

180 


3 720 937 

475 144 

141 853 

25 719 

9 168 

14 893 

2 488 

59 821 

221 192 

352 431 
227 300 
51 477 
70 599 
2 284 
771 

750 579 
715 850 

9 311 
(D) 

2 554 

2 218 

3 514 
8 603 
7 817 

786 

7 110 

(01 

664 854 
573 657 
528 356 

11 553 
33 738 

27 459 
39 750 

12 942 
11 045 

(D) 

5 425 

(Dl 

289 310 

164 331 

43 217 

43 023 

194 

57 564 

49 755 

7 828 

1 735 

(01 

(D) 

4 291 
1 519 

28 301 
31 398 

(0) 
3 990 
(D) 
25 984 
(Dl 
(01 


387 807 

50 409 

17 808 
3 299 

1 752 

2 178 
408 

6 588 

18 376 

51 059 
33 959 

9 150 

7 595 
191 

64 

53 711 

48 876 
944 
(0) 
221 
291 
398 

2 412 

2 144 
268 
379 

(Dl 

58 721 

49 175 
44 465 

1 280 

3 430 
1 751 
5 431 
1 477 

887 
(01 

377 
(Dl 

24 103 

21 445 
5 391 
5 351 

40 

8 281 
7 034 
1 247 

291 
(01- 
(Dl 
483 
434 

3 355 

4 066 

(01 
558 
(Dl 
3 354 
(01 
(Dl 


7 599 U7 

956 559 
334 074 
52 538 
34 695 
43 294 
5 894 
124 355 
350 809 

1 006 398 

581 361 

157 854 

152 018 

3 750 

1 395 

1 064 360 
970 542 
18 095 
(01 
3 750 
5 544 
8 060 
47 071 
41 331 

5 740 

7 638 

(Dl 

1 123 053 

942 343 

855 895 

23 725 

62 723 

36 184 

101 877 

26 903 

15 746 

(01 

6 521 
(Dl 

489 999 

402 102 

100 831 

100 179 

552 

155 980 

132 028 

23 952 

5 787 

(01 

(Dl 

8 914 
8 182 

52 993 
75 331 

(01 
11 447 

(Dl 
61 014 

(Dl 

(Dl 


128 025 

12 154 

3 991 
738 
430 
558 

87 

2 024 

4 336 

19 192 

11 813 
4 130 

3 097 
114 

38 

19 921 
17 986 
281 
(01 
51 
171 
155 
1 040 
955 
75 
170 
(01 

12 885 
10 638 

9 707 
252 
579 
450 

1 193 
414 
190 
(Dl 
85 
(Dl 

8 839 

7 855 
1 592 

1 680 

12 

3 356 

2 882 
474 
120 

(OK 
(Dl 
232 
109 

1 303 
1 310 
(01 
176 
(01 
1 088 
(01 
(Dl 


29 634 

3 055 
373 
124 
204 
200 
50 
1 002 
1 092 


52 

521 ( 


LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 






523 
524 
5251 
5252 

53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 ( 


PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

SENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


375 
425 






23 

3 778 
3 Oil 
121 
(01 
98 
93 
75 
271 
244 
27 
71 
101 

1 576 
788 
755 
11 
21 
255 
283 


54 
541 

542 ( 
( 
543 
544 
545 
546 


FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH ISEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 


5463 

549 ( 
( 


RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


551 


PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 


552 

553 ( 


DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 


559 


MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . 


165 

(Dl. 




HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


51 

(Dl 

4 575 

1 559 
440 
427 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


561 1 567 
561 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES .... 


562-3.558 

562 

563.558 

553 ( 
( 
( 
( 

558 


WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READt-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. , . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STOflEs 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES .... 


526 

440 
85 
20 
(01- 
(Dl 
55 


565 
565 

554 
559 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


150 
359 
(Dl 
7 
(Dl 
342 
(01 
(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-7 



TABLE 2. The State: 1963-Continueci 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


57 

571 

5712 

5713 

57111 

5715 

5719 

572 

5732 

5733 

58 
5812 

5813 

59PT(591] 
591 ( 


FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 


1 626 
811 
598 
145 

43 

42 

13 

463 

204 

lie 

21 
97 

5 813 

3 908 

2 904 

88 

839 

77 

1 905 

899 
770 
129 

4 704 
384 
308 

57 
241 
73 
28 
45 

175 
145 

30 

1 171 

501 

42 
377 
468 

87 

10 
100 
271 

244 
61 
50 
45 

147 

223 
31 
22 
59 
22 
22 

279 

1 585 

65 

112 

1 408 


1 274 
627 
456 
113 

33 
16 
9 
365 
184 
98 
15 
83 

4 591 
3 358 

2 466 

82 

737 

73 

1 233 

809 
718 
91 

3 255 
370 
144 

3 
141 
61 
24 
37 

107 
93 
14 
847 
361 
40 
259 
314 
53 

54 
193 

170 
41 
42 
37 
73 

209 
25 
12 
37 
16 
2 
89 

243 
57 
40 

145 


144 535 
85 480 
67 554 
14 393 
1 274 

1 737 
422 

34 190 

13 151 

11 704 

796 

10 908 

223 644 
159 287 
124 591 

11 278 
28 634 

4 784 
54 357 

113 780 

109 486 

4 294 

532 195 

54 059 

7 842 

488 

7 354 

8 216 
4 051 

4 165 

8 526 

7 650 
975 

273 674 
75 699 
3 840 
19 229 
38 665 

5 537 
276 

8 216 

23 636 

9 590 

2 306 
2 227 
2 927 
2 988 
9 487 
1 683 

1 105 

2 548 
750 
145 

6 588 

54 578 

24 867 
5 399 

33 312 


137 927 

81 592 

54 928 

13 503 

1 194 

1 573 

394 

32 205 

12 875 

11 254 

668 

10 585 

203 186 
161 657 
118 373 

11 240 
27 274 

4 770 
41 529 

112 300 

108 534 

3 766 

509 637 
53 833 

6 222 

(Ul 
10) 

7 842 
3 943 
3 899 

7 828 
7 024 
804 
265 548 
73 587 
3 720 
17 423 
36 493 

6 093 
250 

7 316 
22 834 

8 618 

1 774 

2 159 
2 777 
2 490 

9 245 

1 501 
976 

2 388 
718 
101 
(Dl 

51 228 
24 815 

5 261 
21 152 


20 585 

12 350 

9 479 

2 297 
211 
281 

82 

4 930 
1 598 
1 707 

61 

1 646 

42 175 
37 255 
27 649 

3 579 

5 072 
966 

4 910 

13 588 
13 381 

307 

41 698 

2 880 
875 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 289 
517 
772 

868 

795 

73 

15 484 

5 883 
374 

2 675 
5 672 

720 
69 
906 

3 977 

1 557 
189 
270 
352 
310 

1 374 
207 
119 
386 
78 
IDI 
(0) 

10 211 
5 711 

601 
3 899 


400 366 
233 321 
174 702 
45 687 

4 316 
6 150 
1 466 

98 740 

31 022 
37 283 

1 195 
35 068 

859 313 
751 474 
560 603 

65 636 
103 734 

21 501 
107 839 

257 093 
251 285 

5 808 

792 462 

58 982 

19 529 

(ul 

(D) 

24 612 
9 051 

15 551 

16 724 

15 318 

1 405 
287 743 
105 376 

9 990 

49 694 

109 482 

14 584 

981 

16 180 
77 737 

32 650 

4 281 

5 429 

6 919 
6 447 

25 934 
4 125 

2 117 
6 169 
1 885 

(D) 
(01 

247 312 
159 098 
13 507 
74 707 


5 188 
2 925 

2 267 
455 

97 
83 
23 
1 279 
462 
522 
36 
486 

22 548 
19 999 
14 745 

1 618 

3 104 
532 

2 549 

4 647 
4 444 

203 

11 319 
940 
343 
(D) 
(D) 
402 
168 
234 

256 
229 
27 

3 796 
1 398 

129 
788 

1 323 
205 

14 
227 
877 

575 
111 

98 
112 
155 
399 

57 

45 
129 

35 
(Dl 
(Dl 

3 458 

2 304 
163 

1 001 


1 511 
852 
515 


DRAPERY' Curtain, upholstery stores 

CHINA. GLASSKARE. METALVIARE STORES 

miscellaneous home FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 


43 
45 
13 
347 
212 
100 
18 
82 

5 285 
4 275 
3 229 

61 
910 

76 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 












59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5932 

5933 

5911 

5912 

5913 

595 
5952 
5953 
5962 
5969 ( 

( 
597 
598 
5982 ( 

( 
5983 
5984 

5992 




4 008 


LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 


208 
304 
(D) 




(Dl 




63 




23 




40 




176 






BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 


33 
903 
326 

34 
364 


COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 


86 
13 








277 






599t 
5996 
5997 
5998 
5999 ( 




51 


CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 


38 
155 
221 
35 
24 
55 






21 




PET SHOPS 


(Dl 
(01 


53 PART* 
532 
534 
535 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS 


17 

121 

1 378 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC malor group 53. are shown seoaratelv in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



17-8 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



Kind-ot-business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish 
ments 
(number) 



($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



lOWAi TOTAL 

ADAIR COUNTY 

ADAMS COUNTY 

ALLAMAKEE COUNTY 

WAUKON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

APPANOOSE COUNTY 

CENTERVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

AUDUBON COUNTY 

AUDUBON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BENTON COUNTY 

BELLE PLAINE 

VINTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BLACK HA«lK COUNTY 

CEDAR FALLS 

EVANSOALE 

WATERLOO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BOONE COUNTY 

BOONE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BREMER COUNTY 

WAVERLY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BUCHANAN COUNTY 

INDEPENDENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BUENA VISTA COUNTY .... 

STORM LAKE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BUTLER COUNTY 

CALHOUN COUNTY 

CARROLL COUNTY 

CARROLL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CASS COUNTY 

ATLANTIC 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CEDAR COUNTY 

TIPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CERRO GORDO COUNTY .... 

CLEAR LAKE 

MASON CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CHEROKEE COUNTY 

CHEROKEE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CHICKASAW COUNTY 

NEW HAMPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CLARKE COUNTY 

OSCEOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CLAY COUNTY 

SPENCER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CLAYTON COUNTY 

CLINTON COUNTY 

CLINTON 

DE WITT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CRAWFORD COUNTY 

DENISON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

DALLAS COUNTY 

PERRY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

Slandard Notes: - Represents zero. 



3 887 599 



20 079 

9 869 

10 210 

16 397 
13 200 

3 197 

13 760 

8 065 

5 695 

30 326 

6 233 

11 397 

12 696 

165 621 

30 222 

3 875 

lit 155 

17 369 

33 167 

22 873 

10 294 



25 038 

13 I?"* 
11 564 

32 922 

21 812 
11 110 



38 748 
21 212 

17 536 

31 177 
19 822 
11 355 

27 054 
8 229 

18 825 

83 694 

8 289 
61 999 
13 406 

25 830 
18 498 

7 332 

18 605 

9 204 
9 401 

10 174 

8 477 
1 697 



35 671 
29 184 
6 487 



85 924 
60 140 
9 910 

15 874 

25 537 

16 287 
9 250 

31 923 

14 755 

17 168 



3 720 937 

11 145 

6 989 

18 935 
9 659 
9 276 



13 138 

7 879 

5 259 

28 700 
5 763 

11 133 

11 804 

161 457 

29 128 
3 677 

112 237 



31 915 

22 419 
9 495 

27 542 

12 969 
14 573 

23 242 

13 215 
10 026 



35 924 
20 372 

16 552 

30 089 
19 504 
10 585 

25 022 
7 809 

17 213 

80 500 

7 893 
59 671 
12 936 

24 846 

18 040 
6 806 

17 433 
9 094 

8 339 

9 590 
8 237 
1 353 

33 883 

28 346 
5 537 



82 912 
58 852 
9 394 

14 665 

23 669 

15 315 
8 354 

30 219 
14 083 

16 135 



2 458 
492 

1 045 
931 

18 599 

2 994 
325 

13 985 

1 294 

2 980 
2 308 

672 

2 467 
1 261 
1 205 

1 848 

1 085 

752 



3 539 

2 160 

1 379 

2 876 
2 000 

875 

2 052 

585 

1 377 



8 573 

6 585 

857 

1 231 



2 904 
1 570 
1 334 



7 599 117 
15 540 
10 843 

32 082 

18 059 

14 023 

26 672 

23 502 
3 070 

20 887 

12 782 

8 105 

47 473 

9 465 

19 382 
18 626 

370 771 

62 139 

7 611 

276 552 

24 459 

53 539 
39 751 

13 778 

47 714 
24 737 
22 977 

36 529 

20 919 

15 710 

58 591 
41 509 
17 082 



57 757 

41 991 

25 775 

54 813 

37 814 

16 999 

39 242 

13 202 

26 040 

156 958 

15 475 

128 562 

22 821 

45 915 

34 635 

11 281 

33 289 

19 027 

14 262 

15 254 
14 155 

2 089 



171 122 

132 542 

14 683 

23 797 

42 644 

27 942 

14 702 

58 787 

32 815 

25 972 



128 025 
309 

211 

584 
317 
267 



826 
170 
349 
307 

5 094 
1 025 

124 
4 510 

435 

949 
599 
250 



657 
392 
255 

1 005 
696 
309 

574 

546 



2 818 

2 153 

243 



488 482 

2 516 
932 

3 343 
1 487 

1 855 

2 077 

1 296 

781 

2 502 
1 214 
1 388 

6 377 

792 

1 781 

3 804 



4 322 
2 545 

1 677 

5 450 

2 374 

3 075 



5 


022 


1 


934 


« 


088 


4 


555 


1 


879 


2 


576 


5 


481 


2 


313 


3 


168 


7 


520 




474 


4 


377 


2 


669 


3 


134 


2 


239 




895 


4 


618 


1 


852 


2 


755 


1 


265 




719 




547 


5 


744 


3 


375 


2 


369 



(D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Nol applicable, 'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maiOt group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 



Kmdofbusmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(NoJ 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number; 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




3 812 


787 163 


1 765 


573 761 


1 138 


321 351 


1 589 


159 235 


1 626 


111 535 


5 813 


223 511 


899 


L13 760 


1 701 


532 195 


1 585 


51 578 


1 


IB 


2 529 


5 


1 972 


19 


1 103 


2 


(Dl 


6 


371 


22 


555 


6 


295 


11 


1 633 


1 


(01 


2 


S 


1 387 


•* 


1 018 


u 


757 


11 


257 


2 


(01 


12 


107 


5 


175 


11 


1 912 


6 


(Dl 


3 


26 
8 
20 


1 161 

2 126 
1 735 


15 
9 
6 


3 868 

1 553 

2 215 


31 
12 
19 


1 580 
501 
979 


15 
5 
10 


715 
361 
352 


5 

2 


122 
(01 
(Dl 


39 

11 
25 


1 025 
396 
629 


5 
3 
2 


303 

IDI 


31 
15 
19 


3 123 
1 815 
1 278 


11 
10 


75 

16 
56 


1 
5 
5 


31 
12 
19 


3 911 

3 113 
768 


6 
6 

2 


2 161 
101 
101 


39 

20 
19 


1 559 

1 087 

172 


19 
15 


1 293 
1 263 

30 


9 

7 
2 


819 

■(Dl 
(Dl 


29 

17 
12 


729 
166 
253 


: 


179 
179 


27 
18 

9 


1 919 

1 389 

560 


8 
6 
2 


597 
(Dl 
(01 


7 
8 
9 


15 

7 
8 


2 530 

1 525 

905 


11 

7 
7 


2 071 

1 189 

882 


21 
10 
11 


2 028 

966 

1 052 


10 
9 
1 


119 
(01 
(Dl 


7 
5 
2 


.(Dl 
203 
(01 


30 
11 
15 


613 
327 
266 


1 

2 
2 


315 
(Dl 
(01 


15 
9 

7 


2 515 

1 555 

891 


5 
3 
3 


131 
108 
23 


10 
11 
12 


36 

9 
23 


6 561 

1 225 

2 118 
2 988 


18 
5 

5 
8 


1 902 

1 180 

2 398 
1 321 


12 
6 
11 
20 


2 317 
525 
625 
995 


12 

5 


592 
323 
259 


11 

1 
7 


1 002 
391 
608 


53 
12 
12 
29 


1 160 
322 
387 
771 


6 
2 
2 
2 


529 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 


19 
15 
18 
16 


5 071 
752 

1 567 

2 725 


21 
8 
3 

10 


260 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


13 

11 
15 
15 


129 
28 
5 
81 
15 


33 950 
7 778 
2 019 

21 752 
2 101 


77 
23 
3 

16 

5 


31 127 

6 156 

122 

21 209 
1 610 


152 
36 
7 
81 
25 


13 111 
2 818 
382 
8 176 
1 705 


73 
15 

1 
53 

1 


8 596 
1 213 

(01 
7 153 

(01 


56 
7 
1 

10 
6 


6 363 
1 190 

(Dl 
5 190 

(D) 


201 
35 
9 

127 
30 


9 725 
1 555 

381 
6 887 

902 


37 

7 

1 

27 

2 


5 132 
1 177 

(Dl 
5 132 

(Dl 


161 
39 
6 

113 
25 


15 537 
2 220 
385 
7 111 
5 916 


80 
15 

52 
13 


3 051 

111 

2 077 
833 


17 
18 
19 
20 
21 


35 
21 
11 


8 001 
5 575 
2 125 


11 
8 
5 


5 781 
1 311 
1 137 


52 
25 
25 


3 089 
1 918 
1 171 


19 
17 
2 


1 651 
(01 
(01 


15 
13 

2 


1 106 
(Dl 
(Dl 


18 
28 
20 


1 751 

1 165 

599 


7 
3 


1 198 
952 
215 


11 
22 
19 


1 880 

2 153 
2 127 


12 
10 
2 


331 
(01 
(Dl 


22 
23 

21 


17 

7 
10 


5 111 
2 918 
2 193 


18 
7 
11 


1 996 

2 227 
2 769 


32 

11 
21 


2 155 
1 Oil 
1 111 


16 
10 
6 


768 
605 
163 


12 

5 
7 


518 
280 
238 


13 
12 
31 


1 751 
823 
911 


5 

3 
2 


(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 


38 
13 
25 


5 505 
1 190 
1 015 


25 
11 
15 


(Dl 
(01 
(01 


25 
26 
27 


31 
8 
26 


5 736 
3 831 
1 902 


12 

7 
5 


1 295 

2 701 
1 591 


50 
25 

21 


2 115 
1 355 
1 051 


8 
5 
2 


117 
(Dl 
(D) 


13 
5 

7 


517 
211 
303 


55 
19 
37 


1 112 
598 
511 


5 
2 


359 

(Dl 
(Dl 


35 
13 
22 


5 281 
1 512 
3 572 


6 
2 


50 
(01 
(0) 


28 
29 
30 


21 
10 

11 


5 391 
3 725 
1 555 


11 

6 
5 


5 515 

5 137 

109 


53 
21 
29 


3 215 
2 052 
1 161 


15 
10 
6 


1 176 

1 282 

191 


21 
11 
10 


1 513 

1 000 

513 


51 
20 
31 


1 891 

1 181 

713 


9 
1 
5 


937 
711 
223 


55 
27 
29 


5 716 

2 251 

3 157 


15 
9 

7 


659 
517 
312 


31 
32 
33 


35 


3 971 


11 


3 273 


29 


1 511 


5 


260 


10 


262 


35 


1 289 


1 


105 


31 


5 875 


11 


156 


31 


28 


1 070 


11 


2 616 


27 


1 175 


9 


116 


17 


556 


38 


930 


5 


190 


33 


1 123 


11 


289 


35 


38 
11 

21 


6 291 
3 797 
2 197 


16 
11 

5 


5 012 
1 555 
1 355 


10 
20 
20 


3 155 
1 985 
1 180 


18 
12 
6 


2 221 

2 100 

121 


11 
9 
5 


1 153 
908 
255 


69 

31 
35 


2 561 
1 536 
1 025 


7 
1 
3 


580 
113 
157 


68 
30 
38 


7 512 
2 127 
5 365 


25 
15 
9 


1 365 
659 
195 


35 

37 
38 


31 
12 
19 


5 875 
3 668 
2 187 


19 
13 
6 


1 583 

3 595 

988 


12 
19 
23 


3 321 
1 676 
1 518 


11 
11 

3 


1 257 

1 155 

101 


11 
10 


1 038 
557 
161 


12 
19 
23 


1 520 
860 
650 


10 
1 
6 


877 
738 
139 


56 
31 
25 


5 301 
3 310 

1 991 


18 
7 
11 


117 
215 
201 


39 

10 
H 


22 

1 
18 


3 610 

1 517 

2 023 


20 
6 
11 


1 757 

770 

3 987 


35 
6 
27 


2 508 

812 

1 595 


8 
5 

2 


390 
(Dl 
(Dl 


9 
3 

5 


318 
225 
123 


11 

7 
31 


1 088 
312 
776 


9 

1 

5 


291 
187 
101 


59 
20 
39 


7 558 
1 150 
5 116 


18 
5 
13 


261 
210 
71 


12 
13 
11 


78 
11 
16 
21 


15 561 

2 108 
10 233 

3 020 


31 

5 
20 
6 


15 167 

1 031 

13 579 

877 


75 
15 
12 
18 


5 317 
1 071 
3 750 

513 


35 

9 
25 

1 


5 156 
(01 

5 759 
(01 


31 
1 

29 
1 


3 171 

(Dl 

3 211 

(Dl 


115 
27 
65 
21 


1 590 

1 033 

2 771 
683 


12 
1 
8 
3 


3 102 

(01 
2 509 

(01 


90 
12 

51 
21 


11 273 
1 093 
5 155 
1 725 


10 
9 
27 

1 


1 002 

191 

792 

15 


15 
16 
17 
18 


18 
9 
9 


5 826 
1 515 
1 261 


16 
9 

7 


1 926 
1 511 

115 


30 
12 
18 


1 653 
955 
897 


21 
17 


2 121 

1 721 

100 


11 


938 
820 
118 


32 

17 
15 


1 lie 

830 
318 


5 

2 


890 
(Dl 

(Dl 


30 
15 
15 


1 167 

1 517 

2 670 


9 

5 


359 
337 
22 


19 
50 
51 


25 
5 
20 


2 530 
1 172 
1 358 


9 
6 
3 


2 160 

1 703 

157 


25 
7 
16 


1 152 
510 
912 


10 
9 

1 


661 
(Dl 
(Dl 


7 
5 
2 


322 
(Dl 
(01 


16 
19 
27 


1 227 
607 
620 


3 

2 
1 


103 
(Dl 
(Dl 


33 

12 
21 


1 130 

1 575 

2 751 


10 

3 
7 


108 
15 
93 


52 
53 
54 


13 
7 
6 


2 353 

2 133 

230 


7 
6 
1 


1 525 
IDI 
(01 


19 
12 

7 


1 905 

1 711 

151 


7 
7 


111 
111 


8 
1 
1 


278 
228 
50 


15 
12 

1 


319 
285 
63 


3 
3 


(Dl 
(Dl 


26 
20 
6 


1 307 

1 086 

221 


3 
2 
1 


33 

(01 
(01 


55 
55 
57 


26 
13 
13 


6 323 

5 515 
778 


11 
11 


5 677 
5 677 


15 
21 
21 


3 531 
2 319 
1 182 


17 
17 


2 135 
2 135 


15 
11 

1 


1 210 
(01 
(Dl 


38 
21 
11 


1 321 

1 061 

250 


7 
3 
1 


785 
706 
79 


10 
29 
11 


1 712 

2 957 
1 775 


15 
13 
2 


561 
(01 
(01 


It 
50 


36 


3 896 


20 


3 131 


33 


1 787 


16 


837 


11 


106 


67 


1 733 


' 


167 


51 


5 031 


10 


50 


61 


39 
6 
29 


17 955 
13 855 

1 116 

2 965 


31 
18 

8 
5 


16 113 

12 613 

2 711 

759 


89 
11 
19 
25 


5 128 
3 591 
1 153 
1 371 


31 
25 
1 
2 


3 615 

3 188 

(01 

(Dl 


11 
27 
8 
6 


3 799 

3 080 

310 

379 


128 

71 
10 
11 


5 083 

3 231 

111 

1 111 


15 
10 
2 
3 


2 199 

2 218 

(Dl 

(01 


118 
63 
13 
12 


13 197 

1 705 

2 061 
6 128 


23 

15 

1 


1 783 

1 715 

12 

26 


62 
63 
51 
55 


33 

12 
21 


1 311 

2 938 
1 103 


13 
6 

5 


3 155 
2 685 

560 


16 
20 
25 


3 751 
2 257 

1 187 


9 
2 


508 
(01 
(01 


17 
10 

7 


725 
565 
159 


52 
25 
27 


1 537 
920 
517 


9 
3 

6 


563 
(Dl 
(01 


11 
18 
23 


1 165 

1 983 

2 182 


7 
1 
5 


97 
(01 
(Dl 


66 

67 
68 


31 
10 
21 


5 561 
3 576 
2 985 


20 
7 
13 


5 516 

2 310 

3 308 


19 
18 
31 


3 101 

1 359 

2 032 


16 
11 

5 


1 219 

1 035 

181 


12 

7 
5 


713 
558 
175 


58 
16 
10 


1 669 
678 
991 


11 
3 

6 


951 
181 
173 


17 
22 
25 


1 385 

1 553 

2 832 


16 
5 
11 


356 
129 
239 


69 

70 
71 



17-10 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kindof-business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1.000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores ' 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



DAVIS COUNTY 

BLOOMFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DECATUR COUNTY 



DELAWARE COUNTY. . . 
DYERSVILLE (PARTI 1 
MANCHESTER .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



DES MOINES COUNTY. . . 

BURLINGTON 

*EST BURLINGTON. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DICKINSON COUNTY . . . 

SPIRIT LAKE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DUBUQUE COUNTY . . . . 

DUBUQUE 

DYERSVILLE (PARTI 1 . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



EMMET COUNTY 

ESTHERVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FAYETTE COUNTY . . . . 
OELWEIN 

«EST UNION 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FLOYD COUNTY 

CHARLES CITY . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . . 

HAMPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



FREMONT COUNTY 



GREENE COUNTY 

JEFFERSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



GRUNDY COUNTY. 
GUTHRIE COUNTY 



HAMILTON COUNTY. . . . 
WEBSTER CITY . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HANCOCK COUNTY 



HARDIN COUNTY 

ELDORA 

IOWA FALLS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HARRISON COUNTY. . . . 
MISSOURI VALLEY. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HENRY COUNTY 

MOUNT PLEASANT . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HOWARD COUNTY 

CRESCO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



HUMBOLDT COUNTY. • . . 

HUMBOLDT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



IDA COUNTY . 
IOWA COUNTY. 



JACKSON COUNTY .... 

MAOUOKETA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



JASPER COUNTY 

NEWTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



8 435 
6 670 
1 765 



18 518 

8 033 
10 185 

111 780 

86 750 

9 789 

15 SHI 

22 379 

15 708 

5 671 



15 666 
6 841 
13 919 

27 805 
22 453 
5 353 

24 977 
15 633 

9 344 



18 667 
10 719 

7 948 



30 549 
18 040 
12 509 



6 
15 
17 


560 
858 
993 


20 

7 
13 


449 
391 
058 


29 

14 
15 


744 
724 
020 


15 
9 
5 


086 
312 
774 


20 
11 


683 
183 
500 


14 


065 


25 


125 


26 
16 
10 


866 
595 
171 


45 
30 
15 


477 
737 
740 


24 
17 
5 


132 
962 

170 



JEFFERSON COUNTY .... 

FAIRFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable, 
'Dyeisville is in Delaware and Duburiue Counties. 



63 606 

54 349 

1 185 

3 071 

17 528 

7 785 
9 743 

107 528 
84 884 
9 499 
13 145 

21 307 
15 235 

5 071 

35 040 
15 468 

6 573 
12 899 

25 550 
21 809 

4 741 

24 433 
15 515 

8 918 



17 283 
10 225 
7 058 



29 549 
17 796 
11 753 



38 873 
5 378 
15 386 
17 109 

19 131 

7 029 

12 102 

28 690 
14 402 
14 288 

14 252 
9 014 
5 238 

19 989 
10 919 
9 070 

13 346 

24 593 

25 100 

15 223 

8 877 

43 811 
30 179 
13 532 

23 698 

17 794 
5 904 



1 752 
803 
949 

13 055 

11 181 

786 

1 088 

2 054 
1 645 

408 

3 120 

1 634 
555 



2 812 

1 885 

925 



3 326 
578 

1 497 
1 251 

1 578 
542 

1 036 

2 552 

1 490 
1 052 

1 198 
805 
393 

1 730 
971 
759 

1 158 

2 334 

2 285 
1 527 

759 

4 480 

3 405 

1 074 

2 269 

1 783 
486 



14 354 
12 316 
2 048 



145 673 

129 417 

2 379 

14 877 



258 312 

222 457 
15 028 
19 827 



34 051 
9 776 
17 919 

47 204 
40 978 
5 225 

40 225 
27 582 
12 544 



28 910 
18 185 
10 724 



53 940 
35 535 
18 305 



22 


834 


31 
12 
19 


767 
040 
727 


45 
26 
19 


870 
921 
949 


23 

15 

7 


265 
815 
450 


33 

20 
12 


529 
904 
525 


20 


511 


45 


972 


44 
28 
15 


479 
490 
989 


81 
62 
18 


370 
440 
930 


42 
33 


697 
550 



629 
277 
352 

4 184 

3 574 

259 



2 


300 




987 


« 


416 


2 


789 




(D) 




ID) 


3 


706 


1 


424 


2 


282 


10 


118 


4 


751 


? 


540 


2 


827 


3 


913 


2 


520 


1 


293 


5 


748 


2 


153 




944 


2 


651 




555 




099 




455 




571 




245 




425 




352 




712 




730 




982 



5 362 

2 432 
2 930 



7 385 
1 296 

1 756 
4 323 

2 973 
980 

1 993 



2 918 
1 839 

1 079 

5 478 

2 526 

2 952 

3 300 

4 358 

4 088 

2 345 
1 743 

6 428 

3 195 
3 233 



•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 -continued 



Kind-olbusmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers * 


1 


Estab 
lisli- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




15 

e 


1 599 

1 251* 

3115 


7 
7 


2 141 

2 141 


21 
14 

7 


1 166 
829 
337 


5 
5 


290 
290 


5 
5 


(01 
(01 


13 
9 


338 
275 
63 


1 
1 


(01 
(01 


14 
6 
8 


1 084 
457 
527 


4 
4 


20 
20 


1 
2 
3 


It 


2 223 


6 


1 495 


26 


1 335 


7 


400 


3 


94 


25 


457 


3 


344 


21 


3 510 


3 


125 


4 


32 


3 959 


12 


4 086 


39 


1 839 


11 


692 


5 


359 


35 


949 


5 


428 


44 


3 913 


5 


62 


5 


e 

2t 


2 iim 

1 545 


5 
7 


3 272 

814 


15 
24 


928 
911 


11 


692 


1 


(Dl 
(01 


16 
20 


500 
449 


3 

2 


(01 
(Dl 


18 
26 


1 047 

2 866 


2 

3 


(01 
(Dl 


7 
8 


57 
115 
2 
10 


15 106 
13 069 

(D) 
(Dl 


29 

25 

1 

3 


10 732 

10 064 

IDI 

(□> 


57 

42 
2 
13 


5 057 

4 000 

(01 

(01 


21 
19 

2 


2 114 
(01 

(Dl 


33 

27 

5 


4 274 
3 790 

484 


91 
74 
5 
12 


3 730 

3 170 

189 

371 


12 
11 

1 


2 047 

(01 

(01 


67 
54 
2 
11 


5 835 
3 695 

(Dl 
(01 


24 
16 

8 


541 
445 

96 


9 
10 
11 
12 


28 
5 
23 


3 137 

1 548 
1 589 


15 
7 
8 


2 981 
1 253 
1 728 


38 
15 
23 


2 157 

937 

1 220 


10 
5 

4 


612 
450 
152 


9 
7 
2 


700 
(Dl 
(01 


56 
12 
44 


1 744 

304 

1 440 


6 

3 

3 


632 
429 
203 


31 
10 
21 


2 312 

910 

1 402 


12 
2 
10 


128 
(01 


13 
14 
15 


100 
79 

7 
It 


23 894 

20 573 

2 084 

1 237 


45 
31 
6 
8 


17 120 
13 668 
1 472 
1 980 


107 
73 
11 
23 


8 159 

5 971 

795 

1 393 


37 
31 
3 

3 


3 728 

3 267 

439 

22 


32 

26 

2 


4 434 
3 313 

(01 
(Dl 


222 

143 
20 
59 


8 039 

5 809 

455 

1 765 


14 
10 

2 
2 


3 616 

3 140 

(01 

(01 


129 
89 
10 
30 


10 756 
5 113 
1 113 
3 530 


42 
32 
2 
8 


1 472 
962 
(01 
(01 


16 
17 
18 
19 


23 

11 
12 


5 184 
4 039 
1 145 


9 
8 
1 


3 389 

(01 
(Dl 


26 
16 
10 


1 985 

1 530 

455 


12 
8 

4 


970 
883 
87 


9 

5 

4 


549 
419 
130 


29 

19 
10 


945 
728 
217 


2 
2 


614 
(01 
(01 


30 
19 
11 


2 849 

942 

1 907 


9 

3 
6 


384 
219 
155 


20 
21 
22 


1(2 
8 
14 

30 


7 293 
2 972 

1 444 

2 877 


15 
6 

2 
7 


6 274 
3 250 

(Dl 
(01 


50 
19 
8 
23 


3 201 

1 245 

749 

1 207 


28 

18 

I 


1 999 

1 635 

249 

114 


15 

7 
3 
5 


1 086 
451 
(Dl 
(01 


55 
15 
9 
31 


1 583 
543 
260 
780 


11 
3 
2 
6 


771 
(01 
(01 
207 


53 
16 
11 
25 


5 940 

1 046 

832 

4 062 


9 
1 

8 


386 
(01 

(01 


23 
24 
25 
26 


3lt 
20 
14 


6 730 

5 807 

923 


15 
11 

4 


5 690 

4 974 

716 


35 

19 
16 


2 537 

1 869 

668 


14 
13 
1 


1 226 

(01 
(Dl 


12 

7 
5 


791 
664 
127 


36 
27 
9 


1 450 

1 241 

219 


7 
3 
4 


330 
252 
68 


42 
25 
17 


3 824 

2 968 

855 


18 
6 
12 


958 
763 
195 


27 
28 
29 


17 
13 


4 254 
2 694 
1 560 


9 
6 
3 


3 020 

2 116 

904 


18 
8 
10 


1 396 
738 
658 


7 
7 


547 
647 


16 
8 
8 


562 

443 
119 


38 
20 
18 


1 197 
575 
522 


2 
1 
1 


(Dl 
(01 
(01 


35 
22 
13 


7 259 
3 319 
3 940 


16 
10 
6 


(01 
(01 
(01 


30 
31 
32 


21 


1 855 


6 


1 373 


26 


1 224 


12 


315 


3 


(Dl 


33 


755 


4 


368 


13 


(Dl 


4 


(Dl 


33 


17 
5 
11 


3 659 

2 450 
1 209 


8 


3 343 

2 425 

918 


31 

13 
18 


2 373 

864 

1 509 


14 
11 

3 


770 
663 
107 


6 
6 


306 
306 


30 
15 
15 


801 
550 
251 


8 
5 


415 
(01 
(Dl 


30 
17 
13 


2 478 

825 

1 553 


4 


115 
(Dl 
(01 


34 
35 
36 


18 


4 099 


16 


3 410 


26 


1 709 


8 


579 


5 


381 


25 


528 


5 


550 


28 


4 116 


10 


44 


37 


31 


3 705 


6 


3 179 


29 


1 441 


9 


363 


14 


327 


38 


733 


6 


289 


26 


1 983 


4 


22 


38 


27 
13 

in 


5 163 
3 308 
1 S55 


15 

11 


4 874 

4 182 

692 


38 
15 
23 


2 917 
1 097 
1 820 


18 
14 
4 


1 655 

1 563 

102 


9 

8 

1 


1 180 
(01 
(Dl 


46 
24 
22 


1 573 
822 
851 


7 
4 

3 


643 
544 
99 


30 
13 
17 


4 703 

1 738 

2 955 


10 

3 
7 


1 053 
(01 
(01 


39 

40 
41 


30 


3 611 


8 


2 077 


31 


1 482 


4 


349 


8 


576 


25 


558 


5 


418 


26 


7 712 


3 


233 


42 


37 
8 
8 

21 


5 888 

1 333 

2 687 
1 863 


23 

2 
11 
10 


8 112 
(Dl 

5 281 
(01 


46 
8 
17 
21 


2 811 
535 

1 242 
933 


17 
3 

12 
2 


1 049 
(01 
736 
(Dl 


17 

3 
7 
7 


840 
175 
338 
327 


48 
7 
11 
30 


1 382 
209 
613 
550 


16 

4 
8 


989 
317 
390 
282 


52 
8 
14 
30 


9 605 

772 

1 489 

7 344 


29 
6 

15 
8 


597 
75 
395 
125 


43 
44 
45 
45 


26 
6 
20 


4 288 

1 489 

2 799 


13 

3 
10 


3 709 

1 280 

2 429 


34 
11 
23 


2 286 

725 

1 561 


8 
4 


642 
427 
215 


8 
3 

5 


439 
(01 
(01 


45 
15 
30 


1 748 
966 
782 


9 

3 
6 


673 
(Dl 
(01 


35 
13 
22 


2 495 

767 

1 728 


14 
2 
12 


513 
(01 
(01 


47 
48 
49 


25 
8 
17 


3 789 
2 219 
1 570 


14 
9 

5 


5 501 
4 283 
1 218 


38 
17 
21 


2 741 
I 196 
1 545 


7 
7 


803 
803 


11 
6 
5 


498 
467 
31 


38 
19 
19 


1 189 
805 
384 


7 
3 
4 


798 
660 
138 


34 
17 
17 


7 209 

(Dl 
(01 


10 
8 
2 


424 
(01 
(01 


50 
51 
52 


21 

7 

in 


2 973 

1 994 

979 


8 

4 
4 


2 549 

2 029 

520 


23 

9 
14 


1 250 
487 
773 


8 
5 
3 


337 
314 
23 


9 

8 

1 


417 
(Dl 
(01 


37 
16 
21 


785 
442 
343 


3 

1 


(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 


35 

IS 
17 


2 383 

603 

1 780 


9 

7 
2 


(01 
68 
(01 


53 

54 
55 


16 
5 
11 


3 272 

2 348 

924 


10 
6 


2 506 
2 055 

451 


36 

16 
20 


1 627 

1 112 

515 


8 
5 
2 


610 
(01 
(D) 


15 
13 

2 


595 
(01 
(01 


24 
12 
12 


769 
523 
246 


5 
2 

3 


382 
(01 
(01 


25 
8 
17 


4 528 

619 

4 009 


12 
2 
10 


50 
(01 
(Dl 


55 
57 
58 


16 


2 398 


8 


2 249 


21 


1 131 


7 


204 


11 


350 


21 


850 


5 


(01 


25 


2 790 


2 


(01 


59 


33 


4 564 


17 


4 061 


26 


2 577 


9 


599 


14 


887 


37 


2 302 


8 


647 


37 


5 007 


5 


94 


60 


13 
28 


6 459 
4 266 
2 193 


12 
8 


4 760 
3 739 
1 021 


36 
19 
17 


2 312 
1 257 
1 055 


15 
12 


1 086 
938 
148 


16 
10 
6 


760 
(Dl 
(Dl 


54 
29 
35 


1 861 
999 
852 


e 

4 
4 


637 
404 
233 


41 
24 
17 


4 062 

1 557 

2 405 


8 
6 
2 


80 
(01 
(01 


61 
62 
63 


Its 
13 
32 


9 798 
7 266 
2 532 


13 
10 

3 


7 962 

(01 
(Dl 


57 
20 
37 


4 199 
2 067 
2 132 


20 
18 
2 


2 212 

(01 
(Dl 


28 
23 

5 


1 642 

1 504 

138 


64 
31 
33 


1 917 

1 183 

734 


12 

5 
7 


1 234 
922 
312 


64 
22 
42 


7 402 
2 105 
5 297 


14 
10 
4 


552 

534 

18 


64 
65 
66 


19 

in 

5 


4 576 
2 613 
1 963 


11 
10 

1 


5 177 
(01 
(Dl 


27 
20 

7 


2 383 

1 538 

845 


11 
11 


1 518 
1 518 


5 
5 


500 
500 


26 

19 

7 


999 
899 
100 


6 

2 


874 
(01 
(01 


32 

24 
8 


3 932 

2 034 
1 898 


10 
5 

4 


140 
118 
22 


67 
68 
69 



17-12 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



JOHNSON COUNTY 

lOWft CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

JONES COUNTY 

ANAMOSA 

MONTICELLO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

KEOKUK COUNTY 

KOSSUTH COUNTY 

ALGONA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LEE COUNTY 

FORT MADISON 

KEOKUK 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LINN COUNTY 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

MARION 

MOUNT VERNON t 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LOUISA COUNTY 

LUCAS COUNTY 

CHARITON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, . . 

LYON COUNTY 

ROCK RAPIDS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MADISON COUNTY 

mlNTERSET 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MAHASKA COUNTY 

OSKALOOSA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MARION COUNTY 

KNOXVILLE 

PELLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MARSHALL COUNTY 

MARSHALLTO«N 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MILLS COUNTY 

GLENWOOD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MITCHELL COUNTY 

OSAGE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MONONA COUNTY 

ONAHA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MONROE COUNTY 

ALBIA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

RED OAK 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MUSCATINE COUNTY 

MUSCATINE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

O'BRIEN COUNTY 

SHELDON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

OSCEOLA COUNTY 

SIBLEY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

PAGE COUNTY 

CLAKINDA 

SHENANDOAH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

PALO ALTO COUNTY ..... 

EMMETSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

LE MARS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero 



Total 
(number) 



115 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



71 366 
57 775 
13 591 

27 226 

7 532 
11 371 

8 323 



31 787 

15 602 
18 185 

55 5«0 
20 163 
23 563 

11 611 

211 112 
174 1*29 

12 577 
U 383 

22 723 

16 332 

13 772 

11 653 
2 119 

16 998 

8 13t 
8 864 

17 136 

12 429 

4 707 

33 173 

27 347 

5 826 

29 399 

13 989 
10 793 

4 617 



13 684 
7 369 

6 315 

20 497 
13 042 

7 455 

19 045 

8 249 
10 796 

12 040 
10 994 
1 046 

21 444 
15 655 

5 789 

48 877 
36 308 

12 569 

31 102 

13 428 
17 674 



32 625 
11 151 
19 271 
2 203 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



19 


093 


10 


313 


8 


780 


34 


015 


18 


735 


15 


280 



69 480 



24 780 
6 692 

11 097 
6 991 



33 715 

16 448 

17 267 

53 270 
19 773 
23 497 
10 000 

207 544 
170 225 
12 303 



12 588 
10 879 
1 709 

15 900 
7 980 

7 920 

16 518 

12 023 

4 495 

32 559 

27 049 

5 510 

28 275 

13 793 
10 387 

4 095 

51 565 
42 781 

8 884 

12 420 

5 893 

5 527 

19 329 
12 732 

6 597 



10 916 

10 362 

554 

20 318 

15 135 
5 183 

46 139 
35 298 

10 841 

29 354 
13 190 

16 164 

11 058 
5 301 
4 767 



17 349 
10 021 

7 328 

32 555 

18 399 

14 156 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



8 421 
7 201 
1 220 



2 915 
1 539 

1 277 

5 435 

2 042 
2 555 

738 

25 839 

22 362 

1 285 

373 

1 819 

1 134 

1 174 

1 047 

127 

1 209 
699 

510 

1 584 

1 153 

431 



2 520 

1 330 

991 

299 

5 082 
5 223 

859 



4 690 

3 780 

910 

2 412 
1 210 
1 202 

904 
498 
405 



2 756 
1 595 
1 061 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



160 498 
137 093 
23 405 

37 598 
10 847 
15 750 
10 001 



55 535 
32 231 
23 304 

101 121 
39 360 

48 403 
13 358 

504 720 
429 789 

28 490 
9 049 

37 392 

20 022 

20 470 
18 449 
2 021 



29 795 

22 739 

7 057 

50 853 

52 460 

8 403 

50 162 

25 230 

18 951 

5 971 

117 581 

100 494 

17 087 



29 850 
20 707 

9 143 

28 991 

14 464 

14 527 

17 652 

17 108 
544 

38 916 

30 755 

8 151 

89 475 
70 812 

18 653 

45 860 
23 335 
23 524 

15 802 

9 829 
5 973 

55 407 
22 796 
40 887 
2 724 

28 135 
17 772 
10 353 

53 194 
32 859 
20 335 



employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 
(number) 



907 
501 
405 

1 836 
702 
897 
237 

8 020 

6 743 

424 

152 

701 

366 



1 883 

1 620 

253 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind-of business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 



6 235 

4 396 
1 839 

5 568 

1 358 

2 851 
1 359 



6 023 

935 

1 328 

3 750 



3 521 

1 571 

2 050 

1 789 

772 

1 017 

5 104 

3 562 

1 542 

5 078 

2 587 
1 571 

920 

5 599 

3 870 

1 729 

2 155 
1 092 

1 073 

4 844 

2 414 
2 430 



6 526 
3 194 
3 432 



5 


687 


2 


983 


2 


704 


2 


066 


1 


054 


1 


022 


« 


573 


1 


837 


2 


398 




338 



5 422 

2 225 

3 197 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



13 



(D) *llhheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 'Nonslore retailers, pari of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately m this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-13 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 continued 



Kind-ofbusmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasolme service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


.= 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




119 
34 
15 


15 565 
12 218 
3 347 


27 
19 
8 


10 816 

9 838 

978 


59 
37 
22 


6 291 
4 201 
2 090 


28 
28 


3 116 
3 116 


29 
21 

8 


3 499 

2 821 

578 


78 
51 
27 


5 193 
3 797 
1 395 


12 

5 


3 376 

3 195 

182 


70 
46 
24 


8 751 
5 972 
2 779 


14 
5 
8 


446 
414 
32 


1 
2 

3 


2B 
6 
5 

17 


5 028 
1 842 
1 810 
1 376 


17 
6 
5 
5 


4 580 
847 

2 934 
799 


34 

11 

7 
16 


2 343 
887 
699 
757 


15 
9 
6 


807 
435 
371 


9 

4 

5 


790 
312 
478 


48 

11 

13 

24 


1 771 
508 
479 
784 


U 
2 
3 

6 


664 
(Dl 
(Dl 
135 


43 
12 
16 
15 


4 365 
524 

1 084 

2 578 


19 
2 
4 

13 


235 
(Dl 
48 
(01 


5 
6 

7 


36 


3 179 


14 


2 731 


40 


2 271 


5 


159 


12 


320 


40 


922 


4 


350 


37 


4 621 


8 


163 


6 


It 
U 
33 


6 347 

2 870 

3 477 


15 
9 


5 822 
3 634 
2 188 


49 
14 
35 


3 309 
1 384 
1 925 


15 
12 
3 


1 653 

1 475 
188 


10 
6 


580 
480 
100 


42 
13 
29 


1 138 
424 
714 


6 
3 

5 


540 
362 
178 


38 
14 
24 


6 796 
1 953 
4 633 


12 

4 
8 


597 
(01 
(01 


9 
10 
11 


61 
28 
18 
15 


12 831 
5 932 
5 837 
1 062 


31 
13 

11 

7 


11 424 

4 696 

5 299 
1 429 


50 
20 
14 
16 


3 736 

1 506 
1 089 
1 141 


35 
15 
15 

3 


4 020 

1 984 

1 978 

58 


32 

14 
14 


2 017 
505 

1 031 
380 


85 
29 
35 
21 


2 993 
935 

1 386 
671 


15 

8 

3 


1 701 
645 
805 
51 


71 
30 
25 
16 


5 621 
(01 
(Dl 

2 740 


11 
2 
1 
8 


1 162 

'Dl 
(Dl 
98 


12 
13 

14 
15 


161 

111 

9 

6 

35 


43 382 
33 723 

3 793 

1 187 

4 679 


60 
42 
6 
1 
11 


37 553 

33 037 

1 059 

(Dl 

ID) 


184 
125 

16 
5 

38 


17 959 
12 861 

1 568 
321 

3 209 


73 
53 

3 
4 

3 


9 314 

8 723 

296 

222 

71 


69 
53 
5 
2 
9 


11 550 

10 417 

440 

(Dl 

(Dl 


235 
151 
15 

5 
54 


14 519 

11 590 

903 

558 

1 458 


32 

24 
3 
1 


7 845 

5 721 

813 

(01 

(01 


157 
124 
12 

7 
24 


16 809 
11 159 

1 384 
572 

3 694 


87 
50 
15 

12 


2 502 

2 162 

230 

90 


15 
17 
16 
19 
20 


19 


3 109 


9 


3 450 


29 


1 584 


3 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


30 


757 


4 


309 


21 


2 790 


8 


152 


21 


21 
9 
12 


3 788 

3 033 
755 


10 
10 


2 395 
2 395 


25 
20 
6 


1 339 

1 144 
195 


8 
8 


784 
784 


6 
6 


352 
352 


30 
19 

11 


543 
370 
173 


5 

4 
1 


253 
(Dl 
(01 


25 
18 

7 


1 581 
610 
771 


8 
6 
2 


40 
(01 
(Dl 


22 
23 

24 


21 
5 
16 


3 688 
1 925 
1 763 


9 

5 


3 052 

2 133 

919 


28 
9 
19 


1 897 

576 

1 321 


7 
6 

1 


545 
(D) 
(Dl 


9 
5 

4 


453 
359 


27 
11 
16 


528 
323 
305 


5 
2 
3 


361 
(Dl 
(Dl 


17 
5 
12 


2 271 

377 

1 894 


6 
5 


114 
114 


25 
26 
27 


19 
11 
8 


3 335 

2 543 

792 


8 

7 
1 


3 140 

(Dl 
lOl 


23 
15 
8 


1 452 

1 077 

375 


10 
9 

1 


664 
(01 
(Dl 


3 
3 


152 
162 


23 
14 
9 


914 
810 
104 


3 
1 


438 
(01 
(Ul 


19 
13 
5 


4 587 
3 397 
1 290 


9 

5 


177 
159 
18 


28 
29 
30 


21 
It 
10 


5 578 

4 862 

716 


20 
16 


5 801 
(01 
(D) 


36 
24 
12 


2 285 

1 729 

556 


19 

18 

1 


2 205 

: (Dl 

(Dl 


11 

7 
4 


1 095 
1 016 

80 


46 
35 
11 


1 327 

1 093 

234 


5 
1 


639 
'(Dl 
(Dl 


42 
27 
15 


6 552 
4 392 
2 160 


13 

7 
6 


451 
401 
50 


31 
32 
33 


29 
9 
« 

16 


7 158 
3 651 
1 925 
1 582 


21 
10 
10 

1 


4 776 

2 599 

(Dl 

(Dl 


38 
17 
9 
12 


2 435 

1 141 

654 

640 


22 
7 

12 
3 


1 357 
585 
701 
81 


20 

5 
8 
7 


1 032 
279 

484 
269 


50 
19 
12 
19 


1 892 
851 
517 

414 


7 
4 
2 
1 


758 

407 
(Dl 
(Dl 


33 

18 
12 

3 


3 784 

1 240 

2 332 
212 


22 

14 


228 
28 
96 

102 


34 
35 
35 
37 


35 
23 

12 


8 025 

7 168 

857 


23 

17 
6 


8 641 

7 747 

894 


71 
46 
25 


5 915 
4 353 
1 562 


32 

27 

5 


3 245 

3 172 

73 


20 
19 
1 


2 251 
(01 
(Dl 


80 
56 
24 


3 782 

2 738 
1 044 


5 

1 


1 945 
(Dl 
(Dl 


80 
57 
23 


7 091 
3 985 
3 106 


41 
23 
18 


1 613 
(Dl 
(Dl 


38 
39 

40 


19 

5 
1« 


2 530 

1 542 
988 


7 
4 
3 


2 645 

(01 
(Dl 


25 
8 
17 


1 285 
560 
725 


5 

4 
1 


355 
(Dl 
(Dl 


5 

3 
2 


518 
(Dl 
(Dl 


26 
10 
15 


937 
529 
308 


5 
2 
3 


318 
(01 
(Dl 


25 

7 
19 


2 ^59 

287 

2 282 


4 


60 
(01 
(Dl 


41 
42 
43 


32 
11 
21 


3 732 
2 126 
1 606 


12 

8 


2 054 

1 864 

190 


25 
12 
13 


1 144 
624 
520 


15 
8 

7 


701 
550 

151 


5 

4 

2 


391 
(Dl 
(Dl 


32 
12 

20 


758 
352 
416 


3 
2 
1 


228 

(Dl 
(Dl 


25 
9 
16 


5 407 
3 561 
1 745 


9 

7 
2 


642 
(Dl 
(01 


44 
45 
45 


31 
8 
23 


4 457 
2 224 
2 233 


8 
5 

3 


4 358 
(Dl 
(D) 


17 

7 
10 


1 339 
634 
705 


10 
5 

5 


422 
181 
241 


9 
4 
5 


281 
184 
97 


42 
12 

30 


891 
353 
528 


8 

2 
5 


711 
(Dl 
(01 


19 
6 
13 


2 103 

648 

1 255 


6 
2 

4 


30 
(Dl 
(Dl 


47 
48 
49 


12 
9 

3 


2 497 

2 351 

146 


7 
6 
1 


2 923 

(D) 
(Dl 


22 

14 
8 


1 175 
776 
399 


10 
10 


503 
503 


5 
4 
1 


(01 
229 

(Dl 


16 

14 

2 


491 
(01 
(Dl 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


21 
15 
5 


1 860 

1 537 

223 


4 


26 
25 


50 
51 
52 


25 
12 
13 


4 936 
3 797 
1 139 


18 
13 

5 


4 075 

3 625 

450 


19 
9 

10 


2 131 

1 251 

880 


12 

8 
4 


958 
889 
59 


11 

7 
4 


457 
300 
157 


32 

19 
13 


1 007 
752 
245 


4 
3 
1 


717 
(01 
(Dl 


32 

19 
13 


2 654 
1 522 
1 132 


7 
3 


448 
(01 
(01 


53 
54 
55 


61 
45 
16 


11 157 
9 226 
1 931 


21 
17 

4 


7 698 

6 929 

769 


59 
34 
25 


4 723 
3 309 
1 414 


23 
20 
3 


2 601 

2 386 

215 


19 
16 

3 


2 543 

2 435 

108 


84 
53 
31 


2 606 

2 015 

790 


12 

8 


1 006 
788 
216 


65 
34 
32 


5 545 

2 239 

3 306 


15 
9 
6 


1 314 
(Dl 
(01 


56 
57 
56 


36 
10 
26 


5 856 

2 426 

3 430 


18 
6 
12 


5 175 
2 545 
2 630 


34 
7 
27 


2 405 

726 

1 679 


18 
8 
10 


1 201 
907 
294 


15 
6 
9 


694 
335 
359 


35 
10 
25 


1 102 
392 
710 


6 
2 


452 
(Dl 
(01 


55 
17 
39 


6 707 
1 601 
5 105 


15 
8 

7 


180 
(Dl 
(Dl 


59 
60 
61 


16 

8 
8 


1 958 

1 388 

570 


6 

2 
4 


2 107 
(D) 
(Dl 


13 

5 

8 


560 
305 
255 


9 
9 


455 
465 


4 

3 
1 


242 
(Dl 
(01 


22 
8 
14 


525 
217 
308 


5 
2 
3 


325 

(Dl 
(Dl 


13 

5 
8 


2 582 

458 

2 224 


2 
2 


84 
(Dl 
(Dl 


62 
53 
64 


29 
7 

13 
9 


5 504 

2 364 

2 724 

416 


16 
6 
10 


4 939 

1 977 

2 962 


40 
7 
17 
16 


3 265 
793 

I 523 
949 


18 
7 
11 


1 554 
584 
970 


17 
8 
9 


1 421 
495 
926 


43 
16 
19 
8 


1 548 
449 
931 
168 


7 
4 
3 


1 024 
421 
503 


35 
9 

23 
3 


3 057 

1 112 

1 750 

205 


13 
2 
5 
5 


2 707 
(01 

2 687 
(01 


55 
55 
57 
58 


29 
8 
21 


3 533 
1 662 

1 871 


6 

3 
3 


2 170 
(01 
(Dl 


30 
10 
20 


1 242 
554 
688 


5 
5 


587 
(01 
(Dl 


5 

1 


206 
(Dl 
(01 


33 

15 
18 


846 
489 
357 


2 
2 


353 
(Dl 
(Dl 


24 
8 
15 


3 403 

1 323 

2 080 


11 
1 
10 


547 
(Dl 
(01 


69 
70 

71 


29 
10 
19 


5 576 
3 778 
1 798 


16 
7 
9 


7 044 
4 186 
2 858 


It 
19 


3 129 
1 765 
1 354 


22 
12 
10 


1 548 

1 383 

265 


9 
5 

4 


552 
337 
225 


55 
29 
35 


2 593 

1 700 

693 


6 
3 

3 


721 
366 
355 


43 
17 
25 


5 435 
2 302 

4 134 


12 

6 


421 
(01 
(01 


72 
73 
74 



17-14 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind-of-busmess group 



Lumber, building 
matls.. hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



POCAHONTAS COUNTY. . . 

POLK COUNTY 

ANKENY 

DES MOINES 

UR8ANDALE 

WEST DES MOINES. . . 
WINDSOR HEIGHTS. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY . 
COUNCIL BLUFFS • . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

POWESHIEK COUNTY . . . 

GRINNELL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

RINGGOLD COUNTY. . . . 

SAC COUNTY 

SAC CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SCOTT COUNTY 

BETTENDORF 

DAVENPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHELBY COUNTY 

HARLAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SIOUX COUNTY 

HAWAKDEN 

ORANGE CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

STORY COUNTY 

AMES 

NEVADA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

TAMA COUNTY 

TAMA 

TOLEDO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

TAYLOR COUNTY 

UNION COUNTY 

CRESTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

VAN 6UREN COUNTY . . . 

WAPELLO COUNTY . . . . 

OTTUMWA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WARREN COUNTY 

INOIANOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. . . 

WASHINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WAYNE COUNTY 

WEBSTER COUNTY . . . . 

FORT DODGE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY . . . 

FOREST CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WINNESHIEK COUNTY. . . 

DECORAH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WOODBURY COUNTY. . . . 

SIOUX CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WORTH COUNTY 

WRIGHT COUNTY 

BELMOND 

CLARION 

EAGLE GROVE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



Standard Notes: 



192 

2 215 
t5 

1 855 
23 
83 
20 
189 

705 
150 
255 

234 

lie 

116 
115 

255 



1 029 
83 
758 



275 
118 
127 

1 004 
811 
193 



141 
1 689 



18 524 

411 223 
7 305 
363 944 
4 992 
13 373 
3 056 
18 553 

92 S54 
67 669 
25 185 

28 494 
16 716 
11 778 



22 469 

7 939 
14 530 

191 068 

13 777 

155 242 

22 049 

21 740 

13 128 

8 612 

40 140 

6 733 

6 019 

27 388 

65 670 

42 342 

10 593 

13 735 

30 347 

6 772 

4 861 

18 714 



21 355 
15 081 
6 274 

35 432 
19 709 
15 723 



76 100 

58 365 

17 735 

20 164 
7 765 

12 399 

21 952 
14 652 

7 300 

165 345 

149 121 

16 224 

10 975 

28 223 

5 900 

10 144 

7 865 

4 314 



16 814 



7, 157 
354 964 
4 658 
12 989 
3 056 
17 401 

89 558 
65 749 
23 809 

27 658 
16 384 
11 274 



21 453 

7 595 

13 858 

186 268 

13 255 

152 308 

20 705 

21 044 
12 740 

8 304 



64 914 
41 656 
10 349 
12 909 

27 139 
5 078 
4 703 

16 358 



19 041 
15 565 
3 476 



57 307 
50 381 
6 926 

20 647 
14 841 
5 806 



73 632 

57 063 

16 569 

18 998 

7 409 

11 589 

20 330 

14 318 

6 012 

160 825 

145 793 

15 032 

10 425 

26 903 

5 652 

9 524 

7 611 
4 116 



1 183 

52 719 

699 

48 390 

482 

1 128 

337 

1 683 

9 007 



2 602 

1 677 

925 



1 823 

765 

1 058 

23 296 
1 545 
19 564 



1 817 

1 244 
573 



1 958 

1 697 

261 



6 284 

5 731 

553 

1 774 

1 323 

451 

2 934 
1 863 
1 071 



8 125 
6 616 
1 509 

1 623 
721 
902 

1 884 

1 378 

506 



23 275 

1 100 038 
14 010 
1 Oil 490 
9 251 
23 558 
7 417 
34 312 

180 726 

143 700 
37 026 

51 365 
33 674 
17 691 



34 656 
14 650 

20 006 

467 372 
31 331 
390 199 

45 842 

34 280 
23 584 
10 696 

50 122 
10 672 
8 339 
31 111 

131 088 
91 528 
18 547 

21 013 

40 617 
10 556 
8 418 
21 643 



36 369 
31 878 
4 491 



124 789 

114 583 

10 206 

34 654 

25 671 

8 983 

55 004 

33 571 

21 433 



161 578 
133 378 
28 200 

31 334 

14 293 
17 041 

37 125 
27 935 
9 190 

379 341 
356 342 
22 999 

13 756 

45 036 
9 373 

15 897 
13 302 

6 464 



16 952 

243 
15 511 

147 
357 
127 
577 

2 958 
2 322 

635 

871 
558 
313 



2 555 

1 902 

309 

344 

719 
185 
158 
375 



2 616 
2 176 

440 

576 
259 
317 

578 
508 
170 



4 785 

21 405 
1 115 
15 562 



9 028 

4 021 

5 007 

4 527 
2 894 
1 733 



5 311 
1 810 
4 501 

11 392 
538 

6 966 
3 888 

3 794 

1 728 

2 066 

6 287 
923 
733 

4 631 

8 407 

2 720 
1 502 
4 085 

4 959 
856 
900 

3 203 



2 078 

1 461 

617 



5 733 

4 614 

1 119 

3 225 

2 250 
975 

5 876 

2 937 

3 939 



7 233 

3 565 

3 558 

3 822 

1 022 

2 800 

3 376 
1 560 

1 716 

13 916 

10 537 

3 379 

2 552 

7 418 

1 836 

2 852 
1 385 
1 345 



Represents zero. (D) Wittilield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-15 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 continued 



Kind of business group -continued 








Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug Stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


"1 


Estab- 
listi- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


c 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




29 


3 685 


12 


3 163 


22 


1 350 


10 


536 


8 


349 


37 


948 


5 


381 


27 


2 507 


4 


22 


1 


271 
3 
225 
3 
13 
3 
24 


91 654 

(01 

73 453 

2 789 

5 754 
(01 

6 152 


128 

2 

113 

2 

U 


81 180 

(D) 

74 857 

(D) 

2 042 


334 
4 
2 57 
10 
17 
7 
29 


29 559 

427 

23 768 

1 135 

1 251 
797 

2 281 


118 

111 

6 
1 


21 025 

20 358 

(0) 
(Dl 
(D) 


142 
3 

119 
1 

4 

15 


18 504 
493 

17 057 
(Dl 
(Dl 

818 


504 
15 
412 
5 
13 
3 
56 


25 821 
477 
23 616 
186 
569 
81 
1 892 


85 
1 

78 
1 

1 


13 959 

(Dl 
13 072 
(Dl 
562 
(Dl 


301 
5 
258- 
1 
12 
1 
24 


27 348 
196 

23 182 

(01 

1 195 

(Dl 

(01 


147 

5 

127 

3 
1 
10 


15 599 

14 

15 352 

(Dl 
(Dl 
54 


2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


94 
55 
29 


22 540 
18 452 
4 178 


47 
30 
17 


18 151 
13 791 
4 360 


102 
53 
39 


10 142 
5 334 
3 808 


20 
17 
3 


3 622 
3 481 

141 


32 

21 
11 


2 913 

2 597 

316 


181 
110 
71 


6 315 
4 338 
1 978 


27 
20 

7 


3 220 

2 734 

485 


83 
51 
22 


9 837 
5 357 
4 480 


41 
29 
12 


(Dl 

1 170 

(Dl 


9 

10 
11 


25 
11 
14 


5 119 
3 526 
1 593 


19 
10 
9 


4 877 
2 810 
2 057 


27 
12 
15 


2 576 
1 231 

1 345 


10 
7 
3 


1 028 
858 
170 


16 
9 

7 


1 163 
785 
378 


32 
18 
14 


1 526 

1 249 
377 


7 
3 


870 
(01 
(01 


44 
28 
16 


5 349 
(01 
(01 


6 
6 


331 
331 


12 
13 

14 


14 


1 402 


4 


1 206 


15 


1 125 


5 


85 


4 


195 


13 


340 


4 


242 


28 


2 555 


4 


92 


15 


31 
12 
19 


3 953 

1 217 

2 736 


16 
6 
10 


4 385 
2 611 
1 775 


41 
9 
32 


2 101 

300 

1 801 


12 
7 
5 


553 
457 
96 


15 
8 
8 


774 
410 
364 


43 
12 
31 


1 048 
350 
598 


9 
2 

7 


454 
(Dl 
(01 


33 

8 
25 


2 288 

304 
1 984 


3 
2 

1 


109 

(Dl 
(Dl 


16 

17 
18 


143 
10 

106 
27 


40 210 
1 852 

32 530 
5 818 


43 
4 

30 
9 


34 357 

355 

30 853 

3 138 


142 
14 
94 
34 


12 967 
1 247 
9 902 
1 818 


61 
5 
53 

3 


8 901 

288 

8 202 

411 


69 

4 
50 
5 


11 765 

(Dl 

9 253 

101: 


247 
17 

184 
45 


14 456 
1 833 

11 117 
1 506 


37 
4 

30 
3 


6 854 
999 

5 502 
353 


149 

6 

114 

29 


12 072 
233 

8 186 
3 653 


55 
6 

41 
8 


2 447 

52 

2 052 

343 


19 
20 
21 
22 


25 
5 
20 


3 288 
1 979 
1 309 


13 
9 


3 940 

3 571 

369 


19 
8 
11 


1 456 
760 
695 


8 
6 

2 


443 
(0) 
(Dl 


2 
2 


385 

(01 
(Dl 


32 

16 
15 


1 243 
970 
273 


3 
3 


372 
372 


26 

11 
15 


5 332 

1 936 
3 395 


7 
3 


454 
358 
96 


23 

24 
25 


56 

7 
8 
41 


7 013 
1 878 
1 181 
3 954 


25 
1 
5 

19 


5 650 
(D) 

1 629 
(01 


37 
8 
7 

22 


2 705 
545 
625 

1 535 


19 
3 

7 
9 


1 022 
331 
351 
340 


24 

2 
18 


1 810 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 183 


42 
8 
4 

30 


1 058 
275 
90 
692 


8 
2 

1 
5 


870 
(01 
(Dl 
287 


51 
10 
5 
36 


10 911 

1 173 

591 

9 047 


27 
2 

25 


803 
(Dl 

(0) 


26 
27 
28 
29 


44 
15 
6 
23 


15 314 
10 562 
2 350 
2 392 


28 
17 
5 

5 


10 537 
7 148 
2 130 
1 259 


63 

27 
10 
26 


5 962 

3 560 

907 

I 495 


37 
22 
9 
5 


3 559 

2 535 

711 

323 


33 

24 
6 
3 


3 015 

2 316 

570 

129 


73 
42 
5 
25 


4 239 

3 422 

304 

513 


19 
9 
3 

7 


2 324 

1 712 

378 

234 


64 
28 
10 
25 


7 471 
3 107 
1 172 
3 192 


29 
14 
3 
12 


895 
525 
(Dl 
(01 


30 
31 
32 
33 


40 
8 
3 

29 


4 727 

1 320 
972 

2 435 


17 

4 

9 


4 718 

1 635 
763 

2 320 


39 
9 

5 
25 


3 042 
541 
855 

1 546 


10 

2 


481 
(01 
(01 
221 


15 
5 
2 

8 


832 
(01 
(01 
357 


57 
13 

7 
37 


1 598 
376 
335 

887 


11 

2 
1 
8 


393 
(0) 
(01 
225 


61 
13 
8 
40 


8 895 

1 168 

517 

7 110 


12 
8 


95 
26 

70 


34 
35 
36 
37 


14 


2 217 


6 


1 338 


14 


1 007 


4 


318 


3 


(01 


13 


355 


7 


255 


25 


2 860 


15 


(Dl 


38 


24 
U 
13 


4 628 
3 238 
1 390 


13 
10 
3 


3 991 

3 922 

69 


34 
21 
13 


1 779 

1 304 

475 


13 
12 
1 


1 502 
(0) 
(Dl 


10 
8 

2 


294 
(01 
(Dl 


34 
22 
12 


1 082 
875 
207 


9 
6 

3 


750 
(01 

(Dl 


34 
28 
5 


3 252 
2 163 
1 089 


10 
4 
6 


54 
36 
18 


39 
40 
41 


15 


1 597 


6 


1 504 


34 


1 299 


2 


(Dl 


7 


175 


19 


357 


3 


134 


12 


900 


10 


(Dl 


42 


62 
50 
12 


13 435 
12 335 
1 100 


24 
17 

7 


9 552 

8 808 

844 


79 
55 
14 


4 727 

3 898 

829 


28 
27 

1 


3 709 
(0) 
(0) 


37 
32 

5 


3 603 

3 039 

564 


87 
72 
15 


3 119 

2 712 

407 


12 
11 

1 


3 104 
(01 
(Dl 


67 
50 
17 


5 353 

3 295 
2 057 


12 

8 
4 


455 

448 
8 


43 
44 
45 


27 
13 
14 


5 989 
3 570 
2 319 


10 
9 

1 


4 995 

(0) 
(D) 


39 

24 

15 


2 173 
1 439 

734 


5 
5 


1 160 
1 160 


6 
3 
3 


450 
(01 
(Dl 


37 
16 
21 


916 
532 

284 


5 

3 
3 


423 
291 
132 


21 

13 

8 


1 518 
649 
859 


8 
4 


42 
22 
20 


46 

47 
48 


30 
9 
21 


4 567 
3 426 
1 241 


23 

12 
11 


5 495 
3 462 
2 033 


41 
18 
23 


2 461 
1 283 
I 178 


13 
12 
1 


1 190 
(01 
(Dl 


17 
9 
8 


1 077 
779 
298 


48 
20 
28 


1 463 
725 
738 


8 

5 
3 


715 
544 
172 


63 
28 

35 


8 611 
3 068 
5 543 


15 
3 
12 


884 
(01 
(Dl 


49 
50 
51 


19 


2 551 


11 


1 817 


18 


878 


3 


178 


9 


276 


14 


316 


6 


297 


23 


2 404 


4 


16 


52 


65 
39 
26 


14 506 
12 773 
1 733 


32 
22 
10 


11 404 
9 514 
1 890 


78 
53 
25 


5 765 
4 225 
1 539 


25 
26 


3 817 
3 817 


36 
30 
6 


3 077 

2 511 

456 


104 
73 
31 


5 002 
3 669 
1 333 


15 
12 

3 


2 909 

2 815 

93 


74 
53 
21 


10 903 
3 905 
5 998 


32 
24 
8 


1 347 
(Dl 
(01 


53 

54 
55 


32 

5 
27 


4 270 

1 419 

2 851 


10 

5 
5 


3 293 

2 322 

971 


19 
5 
13 


1 247 
355 
892 


12 
6 
6 


655 
448 
217 


9 

5 


599 
482 
217 


26 
9 
17 


840 
399 

441 


5 
2 
3 


527 
(01 
(01 


26 
8 
18 


3 915 

722 

3 194 


14 
4 
10 


270 
26 

244 


55 
57 
58 


36 

16 
20 


4 551 
3 257 
1 304 


15 

e 

7 


3 080 

2 138 

942 


42 
22 
20 


2 246 

1 531 

715 


18 
15 
3 


843 
759 
74 


14 
11 

3 


710 
538 
172 


40 
22 
18 


996 

572 
424 


7 
5 
2 


585 
(01 
(Dl 


39 
23 

15 


3 247 
1 836 
1 411 


18 
7 
11 


995 
IDl 
(Dl 


59 

60 
61 


150 
118 
32 


37 114 
34 571 
2 443 


55 
44 
12 


26 895 
23 143 
3 753 


137 
HI 
25 


10 797 
9 296 
1 501 


62 
59 
3 


(01 

8 952 

(01 


51 

49 

2 


6 148 
(01 
(Dl 


247 
196 
51 


10 945 
9 702 
1 243 


32 

27 
5 


5 197 

4 907 

290 


135 
111 
24 


(Dl 

(01 

3 305 


31 
29 
2 


1 198 
(Dl 
(01 


62 
53 
54 


15 


2 339 


8 


900 


12 


505 


6 


251 


5 


103 


20 


414 


2 


(01 


18 


3 092 


3 


54 


65 


34 

7 

16 

7 


5 484 
1 396 
1 578 
1 819 
591 


13 

3 
5 

1 


4 064 

(Dl 

1 465 

1 819 

(01 


37 

7 
14 

5 
10 


2 151 
705 
821 
258 
357 


20 

10 
4 
2 


1 007 
(Dl 
456 
304 
(Dl 


15 
2 
4 
6 
3 


593 
(Dl 
(01 
293 
112 


52 
11 
10 
16 
15 


1 437 
308 
390 
455 
274 


9 
2 
2 

2 

3 


701 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
75 


40 
8 

12 
9 

11 


4 501 
241 

1 932 
959 

1 369 


12 
2 

3 
3 


246 
(Dl 
56 
124 
IDl 


65 
57 
58 
59 
70 



17-16 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



SIC 

code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

521 
5251 
5252 



5U2 

5«3 

5U« 

5U5 

5«6 

5462 

5U63 

5U9 



55 EX. 551 



561.567 

561 

567 

562-3. 56B 
562 

563.568 
563 I 



RETAIL TFJADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAu SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKEkIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERr. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER Automotive dealers 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 

MEN.s. BOYS' Clothing and furnishings stores 
CUSTOM tailors 



WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN. S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN. S" JUVENILES. SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN. S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Coextensive with Linn County, Iowa. 



37 553 
30 738 
20 235 



1 521 
72lt 
797 



3 975 
641 
179 



37 160 
31 401 
3 371 



37 001 
30 738 
20 235 



616 
975 
641 



5 930 

5 038 

610 



3 655 
2 997 
1 824 



112 545 
95 897 
11 129 



60 975 
47 534 
30 549 



17 116 

14 278 

2 838 

775 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-17 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 -continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



CEDAR RAPIDS SMSA-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

Furniture stores 

FLOOR covering STORES 

drapery. CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINAi GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 235 

EATING PLACES 130 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 107 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) ijlithtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



11 550 


10 904 


6 868 


6 254 


5 512 


5 002 


1 376 


1 252 



11 519 
11 39H 
6 821 



13 823 
11 238 
6 743 



7 845 


7 813 


7 739 


7 707 


105 


106 


16 809 


15 973 


3 821 


3 821 


1 104 


934 


66 


- 


1 036 


934 


785 


(D) 



202 


202 


179 


179 


505 


505 


733 


733 



887 
977 
731 
246 



3 105 
2 813 
1 781 



35 773 
17 540 
13 577 
3 953 



53 157 
57 337 
36 574 



32 772 
3 123 

2 574 



3 


790 


1 


779 




(Dl 


4 


113 


4 


245 




(Dl 




(Dl 


3 


353 


1 


593 




447 




853 


1 


IBS 


1 


855 



17-18 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(nunnber) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

521 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5U2 

5«3 

SHI 

5«5 

5«6 

51)62 

51)63 

549 



55 EX.551) 



561 


567 


561 
567 




562- 


3i568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



OAVENPORTROCK ISUND-MaiWE, IOWA -ILL, SMSA 



RETAIL TRAOEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARi-l EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES! VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES. ... 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY- STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

• OMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Consists of Scott County, Iowa, and Rock Island and Henry Counties, III. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonslore retailers, pari of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



33 684 
14 943 
1 452 



6 831 

7 798 
322 
163 



101 386 

95 855 

2 018 

18 

162 

917 

367 

1 618 

958 

660 



93 354 
78 637 
63 560 
ID) 
10) 
5 576 
5 468 

1 153 

2 520 
1 015 

(01 



19 341 
5 729 

5 354 

375 

7 991 

6 721 
1 270 

200 



32 460 
14 943 
1 392 



75 605 
60 615 

6 759 

7 792 



97 564 

92 401 

1 952 



815 
357 
562 
956 
606 



91 556 

78 637 

63 550 

ID) 

(D) 

4 362 

5 320 

1 153 

2 094 
833 
ID) 



7 955 
5 721 
1 244 



4 052 

2 099 

178 



10 035 

7 812 

1 155 

1 016 



8 584 
7 243 
5 908 



246 
772 
143 
180 



1 209 

1 010 

199 



68 536 
31 897 
3 480 



215 374 
169 781 

22 286 

23 341 



158 930 

142 159 

3 373 

(0) 
2 087 

834 
8 795 
6 050 
2 745 



ID) 



160 925 

135 320 

108 481 

ID) 

(0) 

4 880 

14 993 

2 532 

3 200 
958 
ID) 
ID) 



21 885 

18 255 

3 530 

517 



4 057 

3 071 

533 

428 



1 527 

1 217 

998 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-19 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



DAVtWPORT-RXK ISLflllD-MaiNE, IOWA-ILL, SMSA -Continuej 

FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGS" EOUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAIN, UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 



777 
401 
289 



24 861 

12 840 

B 635 

3 333 



285 
432 
628 
961 



43 241 
27 390 
18 581 
2 515 
5 394 
900 
15 851 



11 781 

1 621 

567 



367 
500 
504 
117 



7 862 
1 395 
3 430 

3 037 



24 033 
12 348 
8 333 
3 211 



40 281 
26 512 
17 843 
2 515 
5 254 
900 
13 769 



(0) 

(D) 

11 241 

1 517 
567 

2 893 

3 737 
1 876 



1 436 
391 
343 
500 
498 

1 035 



6 062 

1 395 

2 900 
1 767 



3 591 
2 023 
1 322 
520 
125 
(D) 
(0) 
833 
467 
268 



278 
746 
972 
175 
050 



636 
553 
268 



73 033 
40 491 
24 564 
12 264 
2 549 
(D) 
(D) 
18 023 
9 350 
5 169 



172 690 

127 937 

91 150 

14 720 

18 096 

3 971 

44 753 



41 067 

40 839 

228 



87 951 
10 782 
6 290 



771 


14 175 


118 


2 284 


94 


1 520 


482 


9 022 


626 


12 759 


299 


6 045 


49 


1 021 


278 


5 693 


297 


5 491 


49 


929 


41 


914 


80 


1 454 


60 


1 318 


268 


4 726 


101 


(D) 


34 


618 


73 


I 069 



19 951 

3 409 

9 028 

7 514 



887 


775 


020 


391 


122 


280 


293 


6 


523 


101 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



17-20 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



Witb 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
52U 
5251 
5252 



5tt2 

543 

5«"l 

5U5 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX.554 



562-3.568 
S62 

563 1568 
563 ( 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH ISEAFOODj MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISEO 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN. S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Coextensive witti Polk County, Iowa. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



21 405 

8 624 

3 618 

630 

1 645 



63 959 
53 416 
5 428 
4 835 



91 654 

88 283 

947 



81 leo 

66 613 

62 544 

(Dl 

(Dl 

4 926 

5 114 

1 663 

2 662 
861 

1 773 
26 



(X) Not applicable. 



20 933 
8 624 
3 582 



63 671 
53 416 
5 428 
4 747 



88 484 

85 307 

947 



80 384 
66 443 
62 544 



4 678 

5 062 

1 663 

2 318 
583 

1 735 



21 025 


20 679 


4 330 


4 330 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(D> 


(Dl 


8 851 


8 831 


7 854 


7 854 


997 


977 


170 


170 



10 254 

8 744 

930 

565 



7 075 
5 692 
5 173 



53 292 
20 262 
7 961 



206 082 
178 021 
16 809 
10 926 



138 672 
129 551 

1 344 



141 591 

113 582 

103 120 

(01 

6 066 

14 103 

4 582 

3 256 

1 668 

1 590 



27 355 

23 746 

3 609 

420 



334 


6 443 


593 


11 993 


32 


532 


227 


4 694 


334 


6 767 


47 


1 092 



1 225 
929 
833 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-21 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



DES MOINES SMSA-Continued 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DR/VPERYi CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTOP.E RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



130 
326 
227 



18 60U 

U 755 

9 357 

1 958 

87 

87 

257 

3 245 

1 375 

2 228 
235 

1 993 



26 821 
22 559 
15 137 
2 299 



27 3148 

7 915 

1 035 

30 

1 005 

1 615 

755 

850 

I 127 

1 021 
105 

2 274 
(D) 
551 

2 980 
1 900 



15 599 

8 872 

1 720 

5 007 



18 072 

11 494 

9 209 

1 888 

(01 

(D) 

261 

3 157 

1 339 

2 082 
209 

1 873 



25 553 

21 931 

14 657 

2 269 
4 005 

999 

3 622 



25 882 

7 912 

865 



551 
2 870 
1 650 



1 794 


1 758 


360 


286 


126 


(D) 


500 


500 


282 


238 


1 208 


1 156 


(Dl 


(0) 


(D) 


(D) 


786 


752 


204 


204 



3 233 

2 215 

1 774 

355 



6 147 
5 584 
3 803 
756 
877 
248 
463 



62 336 

42 497 

32 149 

8 843 

(D) 

(D) 

1 051 

10 048 

3 474 

6 317 

413 

5 904 



129 201 
116 774 
78 742 
14 737 
18 524 
4 671 
12 427 



1 519 
9 300 
5 854 



1 157 

808 

5 076 



586 
468 
377 



3 001 
2 758 
1 855 
319 
455 
138 
233 



17-22 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollarsi 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(number) 



523 
52« 
5251 
5252 



5U2 

5U3 

5a4 

545 

5116 

5U62 

5U63 

5"t9 



562-31 568 
562 

563.568 
563 I 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. Plumbing equipment dealers. 

PAINT. GLASS. *ALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE«ING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. COrJFECTIONERY STORES . • . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED. • . . 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS. . . 
PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED . . 
TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS .... 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIV 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS . . 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUK SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstote retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately m this table. 



Coextensive with Dubuque County, Iowa. 



17 903 

1 3a« 

1 197 



526 

375 
375 



(X) Not applicable. 



3 728 
933 
933 



259 
829 
430 



20 044 

17 903 

1 264 

877 



3 670 
933 
933 



1 259 
829 
430 



3 389 

3 074 

232 



612 
163 
163 



237 

lie 

119 



4 567 
2 215 
2 352 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-23 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



DUBUQUE SMSA - Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DR4PERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWAnE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . ■ 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEKS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING I HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



2 650 

1 700 

773 

177 



582 
263 
939 



8 039 

t 743 

3 332 

635 

630 

1U6 

3 296 



(X) Not applicable. 



2 6<t4 

1 694 

773 

177 



572 
263 
939 



185 
663 
260 
635 
622 



484 


378 


442 


378 


42 


- 


4 511 


4 451 


623 


601 


(u> 


ID) 


490 


490 


1 392 


1 242 


IDl 


(01 


IDI 


(Dl 


572 


450 


215 


215 


159 


(Dl 



100 
36 
130 

130 



1 339 

1 065 
734 
169 
119 

43 

274 



1 360 

3 957 

500 



2 538 

874 

5 599 



26 444 
20 924 
13 811 
3 559 
2 657 
897 
5 520 



670 
529 
353 



17-24 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 

523 
52H 
5251 
5252 



53 P4BT* 
531 
533 
539 



5«2 

5U3 

514 

5U5 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



562-3.568 
562 

563.568 
563 I 



OMAHA. NEBR.-I0WA.SMSA- 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. HALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE*ING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGEIABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIi. BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . , 
RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NuNFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Consists of Douglas and Sarpy Counties, Nebr., and Pottawattamie County, Iowa. 



37 769 
15 739 

3 243 



98 878 
82 483 
10 600 
5 549 
212 



34 



142 498 

133 244 

3 805 

(01 

363 

621 

980 

2 848 

2 660 



116 120 
95 406 
86 994 



6 610 

8 355 

576 

5 173 

1 020 

2 285 
1 868 



14 608 

13 696 

912 

242 



36 851 
15 711 
3 197 



139 038 

130 448 

3 757 



114 542 
95 288 
86 994 



6 046 

7 893 
576 

4 739 



14 500 

13 630 

870 



4 537 

1 809 

339 



15 094 
12 561 
1 885 



11 183 

9 613 

399 



901 
729 
172 



85 535 
30 971 
6 495 



290 392 
233 825 
41 368 



211 566 

184 699 

5 216 



223 651 
177 174 
158 602 



9 678 

27 150 

933 

8 716 



35 359 
31 692 
3 667 



701 


32 097 


936 


17 626 


(01 


(01 


288 


4 830 


(D) 


(D) 


542 


10 943 



25 155 


3 000 


975 


152 


330 


17 


87 


15 


(D) 


(01 


211 


IS 


(D) 


(0) 


175 


56 


118 


25 


5 235 


52 


4 141 


- 


904 


23 


(0) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(Ul 


" 


2 


3 570 


400 


3 116 


310 


68 


17 


(D) 


(D) 


5 


11 


27 


13 


(D> 


(Dl 


268 


38 


266 


34 


(0) 


(0) 


(D) 


(Dl 


(D) 


(Dl 


2 203 


153 


1 705 


34 


1 559 


26 


(0) 


(0) 


(u) 


(0) 


95 


51 


288 


33 


16 


4 


99 


31 


(0) 


(0) 


44 


5 


IDI 


(0) 


1 531 


430 


1 759 


124 


188 


35 


(Dl 


(01 


(u> 


(U) 


749 


40 


700 


33 


49 


7 


(D) 


(0) 


(01 


(0) 


27 


3 


521 


12 


246 


25 


(01 


(01 


79 


- 


(01 


(D) 


141 


22 


(Dl 


(D) 


(01 


(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-25 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



OMAHA, NEflR.-IOWA,SMSA -Continueil 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

furniturei home furnishings stores . . . 

Furniture stores 

floor covering stores 

dr4pery1 curtaini upholstery stores. . 

china. glassware. metalware stores . . 

miscellaneous home furnishings stores. 

household appliance stores 

radio. telei/ision stores 

music stores 

record shops 

musical instrument stores 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEVIS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



37 «51 
25 890 
17 U66 
7 917 



570 
035 
956 



57 173 
36 016 
27 608 
1 119 
5 903 
1 386 
21 157 



24 755 

24 382 

373 



48 986 
8 789 
4 463 



677 

487 

190 

7 379 

4 010 
ID) 

5 472 

6 280 
423 



2 003 
541 
695 

1 072 
353 

1 892 



15 884 

2 745 

4 357 

8 782 



36 547 

25 442 

17 144 

7 859 

231 

(D> 

(Dl 

7 238 

1 005 

2 862 



54 783 
35 430 
27 168 
1 119 
5 757 
1 386 
19 353 



24 723 

24 360 

363 



46 304 
8 285 
4 343 



1 975 
507 
395 

1 012 
335 

1 884 
(Dl 
(Dl 



13 994 

2 745 

4 007 

7 242 



4 909 

3 209 

1 953 

1 191 



1 019 
143 
538 



12 160 

9 193 

7 290 

324 

1 187 
39S 

2 967 



5 844 
756 
728 



92 720 

59 811 

33 722 

24 825 

863 

(D) 

(Dl 

18 941 

2 846 

11 122 



253 585 
192 714 
148 698 
7 932 
26 979 
9 105 
60 871 



70 030 
69 006 

1 024 



116 975 

14 715 

15 818 



1 106 

1 097 

811 

286 

9 294 

6 832 

(Dl 

15 114 

17 299 

859 



6 955 

7 651 
1 417 
1 065 
1 830 

794 

8 610 



44 344 
3 604 
13 284 



970 
620 
386 
209 



370 


418 


287 


311 


167 


7 


712 


90 


204 


10 


085 


360 


222 


128 


198 


118 



700 
274 
292 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



17-26 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

524 
5251 
5252 



5U2 

5a3 

5«« 

5«5 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



55 EX. 554 



562-3 t 568 

562 

563i568 

563 I 



SIOUX CITY, IOWA-ttEBH,SMSA 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGEIABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NuNFRANCHI SEO 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALER 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
EN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
USTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Consists of Woodbury County, Iowa, and Dakota County, Nebr. 



15 368 

6 110 

956 



31 934 
26 957 
3 605 



41 691 

39 257 

217 



368 
454 
454 



432 
964 
468 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



15 212 

6 086 

956 



31 736 
26 957 
3 587 



28 621 


28 


151 


22 200 


22 


200 


17 486 


17 


486 


(Dl 




(Dl 


ID) 




101 


1 515 


1 


171 


2 777 


2 


777 



686 
708 
100 
106 



3 973 

3 245 

603 



85 516 
71 816 
11 392 



713 
3 567 
3 567 



1 393 


25 399 


521 


8 953 


(0) 


(Dl 


IDI 


ID) 


530 


9 369 


468 


8 325 


62 


1 044 



10) 

4 331 

(01 

1 664 

2 331 



1 490 

1 177 

262 



54 870 


636 


44 259 


497 


35 585 


404 


ID) 


(Dl 


(D) 


ID) 


1 541 


20 


6 300 


78 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-27 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



Witti 
payroll 



Total, all 

establisti- 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



(number) 



SIOUX CITY, IOVW-HtBli,SWSA -Conlinued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availat)le. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC ma|or group 53, are sfiown separately in this table. 



7 337 

3 957 

2 858 

803 



13 86S 
10 850 
8 351 



lU 338 

3 153 

55U 



885 
785 

803 



13 306 
10 520 
8 121 



2 982 
2 587 
2 066 



19 726 
10 590 
6 276 
3 092 



62 08K 
51 878 
41 285 



33 302 

3 817 
1 UitH 



1 436 

1 236 

976 



303 
202 

149 



17-28 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
t)ayroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
521 
5251 
5252 



5U3 

St"* 

5«5 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3.56 


562 




563 


568 


563 





RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
tJ- GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NOiNFRA.NiCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHEft AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . • . • 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Standaril Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Coextensive with Black Hawk County, Iowa. 



10 208 

4 236 

762 

454 

567 

56 



34 427 
28 567 
26 059 



8 596 
2 460 
2 394 



962 
236 
762 
374 



21 820 
15 916 
5 106 



33 983 

28 567 
26 059 



8 494 
2 394 
2 394 



3 175 

2 287 
811 



3 165 
2 521 
2 203 



1 263 
293 
293 



21 995 
7 112 
1 814 
1 486 
1 864 



61 153 
44 719 
14 734 



63 869 
50 873 

44 150 



25 699 
6 502 
6 502 



10 190 
8 906 
1 284 



087 
724 
325 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-29 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Actiue 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



WATE8100 SMSA -Continued 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE I HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRiPERYi CURTilNi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METAL*ARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSEI ORGANIZATIONS. 



8 363 
5 936 
t 898 



637 
850 
295 



3 051 

175 

1 161 

1 712 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
•Nonstote retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are stiown separately In this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



8 201 
5 774 
"* 750 



801 
850 
291 



4 085 


3 791 


1 178 


1 138 


222 


222 


1 007 


945 


2 433 


2 413 


117 


117 






1 196 


1 176 


1 120 


1 120 


494 


494 


148 


128 



2 631 

(Dl 

1 068 



1 568 

1 233 

965 



1 959 
1 711 
1 267 



27 150 
20 390 
15 893 



41 671 
35 697 
26 227 



3 918 

1 484 
568 

2 442 



347 
247 
212 



074 
928 
675 



17-30 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No» 15 

(number) 



522-521 

5251 

5252 



512 
543 
5'tt 
515-549 



55 EX.551 



56 

561 1 567 

562-3t56( 

562 

553.568 

565 

566 

551.569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

591 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



(coextensive W(TH WATERLOO SMSAi SEE TABLE 1) 



CERRO GORDO COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

•OMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



7 520 

3 267 

106 

1 195 

2 651 



9 975 

7 985 

1 591 

399 



308 


308 


305 


199 


6 539 


6 627 


536 


520 


762 


736 


1 201 


(01 



1 505 

1 225 

213 



25 809 

20 851 

1 281 

571 



9 933 

5 170 
3 153 



19 359 
15 553 
2 715 



(01 
I 213 
321 
591 
311 
7 069 

1 305 

2 581 



(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-31 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or iVIore: 1963- 



Contlnued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

{$1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now, 15 

(dollats) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

neatest 

No«, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



CLINTON COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. F I bH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



6 t7t 

3 515 

t02 

387 



5 083 
3 305 

1 778 



5 140 

3 515 

386 

369 

2 170 



3 713 
1 736 
1 977 



"t 795 
3 221 

1 5711 



3 197 


(01 


1 201 


1 201 


99 


59 


(0) 


(Dl 


(0) 


(D) 


8 673 


8 471 


511* 


504 


1 224 


1 218 


1 006 


886 



882 
670 
212 



14 540 
9 310 
1 021 



10 488 
4 486 
6 002 



18 185 
13 740 
4 445 



9 394 

1 232 

2 993 
1 685 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part ot SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



17-32 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
worl(week 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweel( 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




DUBUOUE COJNTY 

(COEXTENSIVE WITH DUBUQUE SMSA. SEE TABLE U) 




















LINN COUNTY 
(coextensive with cedar rapids SMSAl SEE TABLE 1) 




















POLK COUNTY 
(COEXTENSIVE WITH DES MOINES SMSAi SEE TABLE 1) 




















POTTAKATTAMIE COUNTY 






















705 


513 


92 851 


89 558 


9 007 


180 726 


2 958 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 
521 

522-521 
5251 


TOTAL 


60 
16 
9 

11 

21 


52 
16 
9 
7 
20 


9 028 

3 020 

719 

820 

1 169 


8 798 

3 020 

719 

(01 


976 
108 
121 
(01 
(Dl 


18 622 

7 307 

2 702 

(01 

(01 


222 

88 
30 
(01 
(01 


_ 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


1 

(Dl 
(01 


53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


18 
2 
6 

10 


16 
2 
6 

8 


(Dl 

(0> 

(Dl 

2 081 


(01 

(01 

(01 

2 061 


(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
205 


(01 

(01 

(01 

1 873 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
69 


(01 




LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


(Dl 
11 




FOOD STORES 


















51 
5«1 
512 
513 
511 
515-519 

55 EX.551 




91 
79 
2 
2 

3 
8 

17 


71 
65 

2 

1 
6 

35 


22 610 
22 055 
iD> 
16 
(Dl 
276 

18 151 


22 132 
21 625 

(D) 

(Dl 
266 

17 913 


1 557 

1 159 

(01 

(01 
57 

1 615 


28 858 

27 026 

(Dl 

(Dl 
1 072 

32 891 


525 
188 
(01 

(01 
26 

376 




GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 


77 
(01 

2 






AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


10 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


55PT(551> 




102 

20 

5 
5 

5 
6 


80 

20 

5 
5 

5 
6 


10 112 

3 622 
101 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 911 
(Dl 


9 100 

3 622 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 911 
(01 


790 

116 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(01 

251 
(01 


17 121 

8 585 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

1 819 
(01 


288 

158 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
96 
(01 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


16 
(01 
(01 
(01 
101 
3 
(01 


561.567 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 






563.568 
565 
566 
561.569 


WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 






















32 

20 
12 


22 
10 
12 


2 913 
(Dl 
(Dl 


2 869 
(01 
(Dl 


311 
(01 
(Dl 


6 919 
(01 
(01 


95 
(01 
(01 




571 
572.573 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


(01 
(01 






















58 
5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


181 
102 
79 


123 
82 
11 


6 316 

1 197 
1 819 


5 161 
1 321 
1 113 


1 111 
997 

111 


22 133 
19 128 
3 005 


562 

190 
72 


195 
113 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT(591) 
591 ( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 


27 
27 


27 
27 


3 220 
3 220 


3 220 
3 220 


373 
373 


8 850 
8 850 


138 
138 


31 
31 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 




59 EX.591 

592 

593 


TOTAL 


83 

5 
8 

3 
25 
8 
5 
28 


61 
5 
6 
1 
3 

19 
6 
5 

16 


9 837 

82 6 

(01 

IDl 

72 

6 259 

(01 

616 

1 012 


9 177 
826 
(01 
(Dl 
72 
6 067 
(01 
616 
910 


818 
51 
(01 
(01 
5 
362 
(Dl 
136 
113 


18 189 

987 

(01 

(01 

71 

8 813 

(01 

2 866 

2 933 


236 
13 

(Dl 

(01 
3 
81 

(01 
35 
51 


68 

2 

(01 


595 

596 


SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 


16 


596 
599 


FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


2 
28 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


11 


3 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore relaileis, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-33 



TABLES Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

{$1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



unincor 
porated 
businesses 



SCOTT COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

HEN'S. SOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S. CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EOUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 
BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDINIB FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (I4A) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of S\C major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



12 


967 


8 


901 


2 


295 


n 


??6 


3 


302 




921 



12 072 

1 70U 

676 

200 



8 833 

2 295 
4 226 

3 302 
9211 
(D) 

1 1*39 



1 


766 


11 


612 


5 


742 


5 


588 


6 


02U 


6 


024 


^ 


156 


13 


B64 





214 


10 


118 


•> 


242 


3 


746 



443 


27 


079 


859 


16 


574 


230 


4 


168 


148 


2 


507 


206 


3 


830 



27 457 
B 028 
13 097 
10 137 
2 960 
(Dl 
4 032 



60 246 
49 294 
10 952 



17-34 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or iVIore: 1963-contmued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
yeaf 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
viorkweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



522-52U 

5251 

5252 



5U2 

543 

5«5-5«9 



55 EX.55U 



56 

561 1 567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

56lt.569 



59 EX 
592 
593 
59"t 



WEBSTER COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S" BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EOUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 
BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



N0N5T0RE RETAILERS* 



7 


233 


7 


644 




883 




B58 


2 


8U8 


10 


137 


5 


6bl 



3 077 
1 766 
1 309 



5 002 
3 900 
1 102 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not a 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



liable. (X) Nol applicable. 



6 989 

2 644 

843 



2 963 
1 768 
1 195 



4 716 
3 774 

942 



903 


10 715 


1 335 


1 335 


4 


- 


288 


288 


248 


232 


7 297 


7 275 


442 


392 



15 919 
7 069 
2 608 



26 668 

14 265 
3 756 
8 647 



8 603 
4 588 
4 015 



18 385 
16 238 

2 147 



16 


300 


1 


154 








637 




439 


8 


990 


1 


287 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-35 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



-Continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



XOODBURY COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STOREb 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOOI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. , . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 



31 751 

26 957 

3 «22 

1 372 



37 lit 

34 971 

231 



2 961 
U6e 
726 

1 699 



10 9«5 
8 505 
2 4U0 



31 553 
26 957 
3 toil 
1 192 



3 023 
3 416 
2 964 

452 



5 952 

2 945 

3 007 



10 459 

a 251 

2 208 



3 960 

3 245 

590 

125 



2 353 

2 028 

325 



85 217 
71 816 
11 093 
2 308 



8 953 

9 369 
8 325 
1 044 



49 742 
41 050 
8 692 



1 481 

1 177 

253 



163 
989 
174 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittilield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are stiown separately in tliis table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



17-36 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



SIC 
code 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522-52t 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



542 
543 
544 
545-549 



55 EX.554 



56 

561 1 567 

562-3.568 

562 

563 1 568 
565 
566 
564.569 



593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 



CEDAR RAPIDS 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'. retailers, part ol SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



11 


159 




ID) 




709 




778 




(Dl 


1 


205 




ID) 




759 


2 


770 



34 241 

ID) 

3 111 



8 551 

(0) 

4 452 



10 263 
5 029 
4 254 



11 260 
9 038 
2 222 



34 125 

16 846 

17 279 



51 610 
46 517 
5 093 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-37 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continu 



ed 





City and kind ot business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No« 15 


Active 


SIC 
code 


Total 


Wlttl 

payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 

unmoor 

porated 

businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,0001 


($1,000) 


(dollars! 


(number) 


(number) 




DAVENPORT 
























620 

25 
7 
10 

3 


155 242 

6 966 

4 348 

1 248 

(Dl 

<DI 


152 308 

6 966 

4 348 

1 248 

(01 

(D) 


19 564 

903 
546 
204 
(01 
(01 


390 199 

17 017 

10 523 

3 712 

(01 

(Dl 


6 123 

190 
96 

44 
(Dl 
(Dl 


630 

19 
2 

7 
(D) 
(Dl 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


10 
6 

3 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


20 
6 

6 
8 


18 
6 
6 


30 669 

24 531 
2 134 
4 004 


30 659 
24 531 

2 134 

3 994 


4 742 

3 805 

387 

550 


97 357 
79 743 
7 382 
10 232 


1 752 

1 419 

155 

178 


6 

1 
5 


5U 
5tl 
512 
5113 

stu 

545-549 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


106 
83 

3 

7 
13 


78 
59 

3 

5 
11 


32 530 

30 641 
486 

(01 
(0) 


31 836 

29 989 

485 

(Dl 
(Dl 


2 602 

2 187 

60 

(01 
(Dl 


53 294 

45 555 

1 113 

(01 
(01 


913 

789 

11 

(0) 
(01 


100 
85 
2 

(01 
(01 






30 
94 


28 
86 


30 863 
9 902 


30 807 
9 576 


3 151 

909 


58 770 
20 229 


499 
324 


16 
88 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


56 

561.567 

562-3.568 


TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


53 
9 
23 
12 
11 
6 
13 
2 


47 
9 
23 

12 

11 
4 
9 

2 


8 202 
(D> 

4 101 

3 177 
924 
(01 

1 138 
(01 


8 134 
(01 

4 101 

3 177 
924 
ID) 

1 074 
(Dl 


1 338 
(01 
699 
543 
156 
(01 
146 
(01 


25 473 

(Dl 

12 595 

9 735 

2 960 

(01 

2 895 

(Dl 


443 
(D) 
244 
18B 

55 
(01 

52 
(Dl 


25 

(01 

9 

5 
(01 

5 
(0) 


563.568 
565 
556 
564.569 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


60 
39 
21 


52 
31 
21 


9 253 
101 
(Dl 


9 111 

(01 
(01 


1 507 
(01 
(Dl 


32 079 

(Dl 
(01 


368 

(Dl 
(01 


46 






572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


(01 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 
5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


184 
105 


162 
99 
53 


11 117 
8 064 
3 053 


10 707 
8 002 
2 705 


2 307 
1 937 

370 


47 469 
39 137 
8 332 


1 027 
861 
165 


180 
96 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT(5911 
591 ( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 


30 
30 


30 
30 


5 502 
5 502 


5 502 
5 502 


779 
779 


13 720 
13 720 


228 
228 


13 
13 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 




59 EX.591 
592 


TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 


114 

19 

7 
6 

11 
6 

54 


82 
7 
7 
2 
5 
4 
9 
6 

42 


S 185 
(Dl 
(Dl 
ID) 
391 
471 
(0) 

1 118 

2 780 


(Dl 
<DI 
(01 
(Dl 
(0) 
343 
(01 
1 118 
(01 


(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 
3B 
(Dl 
138 
(01 


(01 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
570 
(0) 
2 502 
(Dl 


(01 
(Dl 
(D) 
(01 
(0) 
8 
(01 
35 
(0) 


(01 
(0) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

8 
(01 

4 
(Dl 


594 
595 
596 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 


598 
599 


FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


41 


11 


2 052 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


(Dl 


(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



17-38 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Contmued 



SIC 
code 



City and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

{$1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars! 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522-524 

5251 

5252 



53 P4RT* 
531 
533 
539 



5t2 
543 
544 
545-549 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.558 

565 

566 

564.559 



DES MOINES 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL- 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDirjG MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EauIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
HEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN.S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . . 
EATING PLACES. . 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



59 EX.591 TOTAL 

592 LIQUOR STORES 

593 ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

594 BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

595 SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

596 FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

597 JEWELRY STORES 

596 FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

599 OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, uart of SIC maior srouo 53, are shown seoaralely in this table. 



20 356 
4 330 
8 465 
7 468 
997 
(Dl 
3 947 



23 616 
20 193 
3 423 



?3 


182 




101 




869 


1 


615 


1 


004 


1 


213 




(01 


1 


802 


6 


779 



(X) Not applicable. 



20 102 
4 330 
8 445 
7 468 
977 
(Dl 
3 757 



15 589 
11 017 
5 572 



22 554 
19 711 
2 943 



3 085 
778 
1 357 
1 168 
189 
(Dl 
593 



5 521 

5 136 

385 



1 Oil 490 



205 398 
178 021 
15 280 
11 097 



57 341 
12 401 
25 842 
22 233 
3 609 
(Dl 
11 993 



58 313 
41 370 
16 943 



115 276 
104 743 
10 533 



?65 


5 649 


138 


2 605 


110 


2 297 


(Dl 


(Dl 


319 


6 619 


132 


22 188 



3 518 

2 943 

412 

163 



1 037 
232 

476 
420 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-39 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Contmued 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number! 



flctiwe 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBEri AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (5EAF00DI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



19 183 
17 903 
1 280 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Dfittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately In this table. 



19 167 
17 903 
1 2b1 



5 121 
3 62H 
1 797 



3 306 

3 071* 

232 



1 090 
872 

218 



65 252 
61 123 
1 129 



21 331 
16 891 

a «»o 



17-40 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


Wittl 

payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unmoor 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,0001 


($1,0001 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




SIOUX CITY 






















811 


651 


149 121 


145 793 


17 572 


356 342 


5 854 


740 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 

521 

522-521 
5251 
5252 


TOTAL 


43 
12 
7 
14 
10 


43 
12 

14 
10 


10 537 
5 630 
1 217 

1 284 

2 406 


10 535 
5 630 
1 217 

1 282 

2 406 


1 239 

659 
200 
101 
279 


23 009 
11 079 

4 201 
2 096 

5 633 


255 
122 
43 
35 
65 




LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDKARE STOREb 


6 

18 
3 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 




53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


24 
6 
9 
9 


22 
6 
9 

7 


31 551 

26 957 

101 

(0) 


31 371 

25 957 

(D) 

(01 


3 944 

3 245 

(01 

(01 


84 900 

71 816 

(D) 

(Dl 


1 471 

1 177 

(D) 

(Dl 


14 

(0) 
(01 


54 
511 
542 
543 
544 
545-549 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 


118 
91 
5 
5 
2 
15 


90 
69 

1 
3 

2 
15 


34 671 
32 628 
231 
(D) 
(Dl 
941 


33 615 
31 824 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
941 


2 522 
2 225 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
199 


50 504 

44 263 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

4 513 


843 
737 
(Dl 
(0) 
(Dl 
81 


100 
86 
(Dl 
(01 


CANDY" NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 


(Dl 
5 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.554 


TOTAL 


44 


34 


23 143 


22 799 


2 563 


48 990 


559 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT(554) 


TOTAL 


111 


95 


9 296 


8 900 


803 


17 991 


278 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 


TOTAL 


59 

17 
19 
9 
10 

18 
1 


53 
17 
17 
9 
8 
2 
16 
1 


8 962 
(Dl 

3 432 

2 964 
468 
698 

1 699 
(D) 


8 814 

(Dl 

3 416 

2 964 

452 

(Dl 

1 643 

(Dl 


1 352 

(01 
530 
468 
62 

(Dl 
214 
(Ul 


24 224 

(Dl 

9 359 

8 325 

1 044 

(Dl 

4 331 

(0) 


420 
(0) 
188 
166 

22 
(01 

72 
(Dl 




MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


(01 
10 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 


5 

(Dl 

9 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 




57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


49 
22 
27 


35 
16 
19 


(01 
(01 
(01 


(Dl 
(01 
(01 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


(01 
(01 
(Dl 


(0) 
(Dl 
(01 


(01 
(01 
(01 


58 

5612 

5813 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


196 
123 
73 


168 
105 
63 


9 702 
7 585 
2 117 


9 352 
7 395 
1 957 


2 170 

1 875 

295 


46 103 
38 010 
8 093 


1 043 
884 
159 


210 

134 
76 






27 
25 
2 


25 
25 


4 907 

4 889 

18 


4 889 
4 889 


807 
807 


15 578 
15 578 


358 

358 




591 ( 

( 


DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 


17 

2 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 




111 
12 
15 
2 
5 
12 

11 


85 
12 
11 

2 
5 
10 

7 

31 


(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(D) 
(Dl 
1 292 

1 110 
408 

2 395 


(Dl 
(01 
(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 242 

1 110 
392 

2 185 


(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
103 
176 
74 
391 


(Dl 

(01 

(01 

(0) 

(01 

4 252 

3 293 

1 244 

7 417 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
45 
53 
18 
114 


(01 




(Dl 






(01 


594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


(Dl 
(01 
10 
8 
10 
52 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


29 




1 IBO 


880 


166 


3 712 


55 


32 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown sepaiately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-41 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contin 



ued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number! 


(number) 




WATERLOO 






















686 


542 


114 155 


112 237 


13 985 


276 552 


4 510 


505 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HAROtlARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 

521 

522-52U 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. E,.ECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STOREi 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


36 

11 
i» 

5 
5 


28 

u 

8 
5 

4 


5 257 

2 823 

672 

515 

1 247 


5 145 

2 823 

(01 

515 

(Dl 


659 
323 

(Dl 
63 
(01 


12 693 

5 841 
(Dl 

1 231 
(Dl 


137 
59 

*?^ 

(Dl 


29 

5 

(Dl 

7 
(Dl 






27 
1 

21 
2 


27 

21 
2 


19 908 

15 915 

(01 

(D) 


19 908 

15 916 

(01 

(Dl 


2 938 
2 287 

(01 
(Dl 


56 259 

44 719 

(01 

(01 


958 
724 
(01 
(01 




531 
533 
539 


DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


(01 
(01 




FOOD STORES 


















51 
5"tl 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


81 
70 

2 

1 
8 


63 
56 

2 

1 


21 752 
21 505 

(Dl 
(Dl 
208 


21 312 
21 083 

(Dl 
(Dl 
190 


1 654 
1 576 

(Dl 
(Dl 
73 


35 220 
33 793 

(01 

(01 

1 344 


581 
556 

(Dl 
(Dl 
22 


85 
73 


5«3 

SHU 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 


(01 
(Dl 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 








46 


36 


24 209 


23 927 


2 342 


45 222 


514 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT(5511 




84 


72 


8 476 


8 322 


752 


15 052 


282 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 








53 
17 
23 

17 
6 

1 
11 
1 


49 
13 
23 
17 
6 
1 
11 
1 


7 153 

2 007 

3 068 
Ol 
(01 
(Dl 
(0) 
(Dl 


7 087 
1 941 
3 068 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


1 075 
251 
457 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 


22 221 
5 560 
9 355 

(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 


365 
77 
182 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 




561.567 


MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


17 








563.568 

555 

565 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


40 
23 

17 


34 
17 
17 


6 190 
4 235 
1 954 


6 158 
4 204 
1 954 


1 273 
992 
281 


21 250 
15 694 
5 556 


282 
203 
79 


28 
19 
9 


58 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


127 
90 
37 


117 
84 
33 


5 887 
5 359 
1 528 


6 787 
5 277 
1 510 


1 465 

1 285 

181 


32 328 
27 735 
4 592 


809 
701 

108 


149 
107 
42 


59PT(5'51) 

591 ( 

1 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


27 
27 


25 
25 


5 132 
5 132 


5 108 
5 108 


666 
666 


14 300 
14 300 


229 
229 


11 
11 


59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 


TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


113 

5 
9 
5 
14 
11 
17 
5 
47 


79 
5 
7 
5 
8 
7 

13 
5 

29 


7 114 

1 081 

(01 

(Dl 

535 

889 

910 

1 510 

1 743 


(Dl 

1 081 

(01 

(01 

(01 

537 

872 

1 510 

1 553 


(Dl 
55 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
72 
130 
253 
253 


(01 
1 225 
(Dl 
IDl 
(01 

1 470 

2 209 

3 345 

4 752 


(01 
18 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
21 
40 
46 
82 


(01 

5 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

6 

13 

3 

50 






52 


12 


2 077 


(01 


(01 


(Dl 


(Dl 











Standard Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
"Nonsloie retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



17-42 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



SIC 
code 



5ei2 F-ART 



5812 PART 



TABLE 7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind oi business 



IOWA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS i TOTAL « o . . 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CEDAR RAPIDS SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS t TOTAL .... 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

DAVENPOR T -RO CK I SLAND-MOL I NE. IOWA-ILL. t SMS 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL .... 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

PES MOINES SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL .... 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

DUBUQUE SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL .... 

CAFETERIAS • • 

OMAHAi NEBR.-IOWAi SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL .... 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

SIOUX CITYl lOWA-NEBR.! SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL .... 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

WATERLOO SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL . . . . 

CAFETERIAS 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



1 292 
812 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



1 269 

U 06U 

113 



216 


; 216 


(D) 
689 
(D) 


(D) 
689 
(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


311 


3U1 


(D) 
(D) 
123 


(D) 
(D) 
123 


25 


(D) 


25 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



(D) 
268 
(D) 


(D) 

U 939 
(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


66 


1 016 


(D) 
CD) 
12 


(D) 
(D) 
198 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



(3) 

1 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



tsentszeru. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not aoplicable. 



TABLE 8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Military Personnel 

by the U. S. Department of Defense: 1963 

[These data were collected by the Department of Defense and are not included in any of the tabulations of the 1963 Census of Business] 



County 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 




TOTAL 


COMMISSARIES 




650 

11 
609 


37 

6 
31 


13 

6 

7 


816 

177 
639 


609 
609 


31 
31 


7 




POLK 














EXCHANGES 


EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 


lOWAi TOTAL 


- 


- 


: 


- 


41 

<41 


6 
6 


6 
6 




POLK 













Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-43 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



lOVlAi TOTAL 

4dair county 

adams county 

*llA'<ak;£ colnty 

WAUKON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . , 

APPANOOSE COUNTY 

CENTERVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

AUDUBON COUNTY 

AUDUBON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BENTON COUNTY 

BELLE PLAINE 

VINTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BLACK HAWK COUNTY 

CEDAR FALLS 

EVANSDALE 

WATERLOO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BOONE COUNTY 

BOONE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BREMER COUNTY 

WAVERLY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BUCHANAN COUNTY 

INDEPENDENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BUENA VISTA COUNTY .... 

STORM LAKE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

BUTLER COUNTY 

CALHOUN COUNTY 

CARROLL COUNTY 

CARROLL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CASS COUNTY 

ATLANTIC 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CEDAR COUNTY 

TIPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CERRO GORDO COUNTY .... 

CLEAR LAKE 

MASON CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CHEROKEE COUNTY 

CHEROKEE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CHICKASAW COUNTY 

NEW HAMPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CLARKE COUNTY 

OSCEOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CLAY COUNTY 

SPENCER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CLAYTON COUNTY 

CLINTON COUNTY 

CLINTON 

DE WITT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

CRAWFORD COUNTY 

DENISON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

Standard Notes: - Represents 



33 "498 
1«5 



23 991 
107 



3 56t 96U 

10 B70 
7 19U 

18 2«2 
9 108 
9 13« 

15 Oil 

11 198 
3 813 

12 926 

7 898 
5 028 

29 520 

5 UHS 

11 173 

12 902 

114 811 

19 916 
2 895 

110 629 

11 3tl 

29 537 
IB 719 
10 818 

25 520 

12 031 

13 HB9 

19 311 
9 84« 
9 497 

28 129 

17 847 
10 282 

22 533 

18 250 

32 856 

18 089 

14 767 

26 816 

16 623 
10 193 

25 866 
9 853 
16 013 

74 047 

8 371 
57 353 

8 323 

22 154 
13 846 
8 308 

16 220 
8 174 

8 046 



25 113 
20 589 

4 524 



74 463 

50 739 

7 203 

16 521 

19 576 

11 638 

7 938 



3 185 062 
10 218 
6 622 



12 194 
7 818 
4 376 



140 425 

19 190 

2 791 
108 181 

10 253 

27 945 
18 211 
9 734 

24 038 

11 677 

12 361 

17 619 
9 510 

8 109 

26 627 

17 613 

9 014 

20 811 

16 268 

30 862 

17 569 

13 293 

24 650 
15 931 

8 719 

23 776 

9 551 

14 225 

71 263 

8 095 
55 749 
7 419 

20 876 

13 536 

7 340 

14 994 

8 116 
6 878 

10 300 
8 839 
1 461 

23 923 
20 137 

3 786 



18 108 
11 276 
6 832 



310 540 
753 
535 



15 318 

1 865 
212 

12 523 
717 

2 623 

1 918 
705 

2 266 
1 268 

998 



2 262 

1 594 
668 

1 343 

1 073 

2 532 

1 595 

937 

2 200 
1 581 

619 

1 842 
718 

1 124 

7 558 
815 

6 235 
607 

1 763 
1 314 

449 

1 214 
694 
520 



7 464 
5 473 

570 
1 321 

1 534 

1 019 

515 



zero. (D) WiMeld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) 



DALLAS COUNTY 

PERRY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

DAVIS COUNTY 

BLOOMFIELO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

DECATUR COUNTY . . . . 

DELAWARE COUNTY. . . . 

MANCHESTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

DES MOINES COUNTY. . . 

BURLINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

DICKINSON COUNTY . . . 

DUBUQUE COUNTY . . . . 

DUBUuUE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

EMMET COUNTY . . . . . 
ESTHERVILLE. . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FAYETTE COUNTY . . . . 

OELWEIN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FLOYD COUNTY 

CHARLES CITY . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . . 

HAMPTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FREMONT COUNTY . . . . 

GREENE COUNTY 

JEFFERSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

GRUNDY COUNTY 

GUTHRIE COUNTY . . . . 

HAMILTON COUNTY. . . . 
WEBSTER CITY . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HANCOCK COUNTY . . . . 

HARDIN COUNTY 

ELDORA 

IOWA FALLS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HARRISON COUNTY. . . . 
MISSOURI VALLEY. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HENRY COUNTY 

MOUNT PLEASANT . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HOWARD COUNTY 

CRESCO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY. . . . 

HUMBOlOT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

IDA COUNTY 

IOWA COUNTY 

JACKSON COUNTY . . . . 

MAOUOKETA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

JASPER COUNTY 

NEWTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY . . . 

FAIRFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

Not applicable. 



8 578 
5 652 
1 925 



17 401 
11 137 
6 264 

52 946 
46 703 
6 243 



96 244 
73 138 
23 106 



33 239 

16 022 

17 217 

23 124 
17 767 
5 357 

19 346 

10 886 

8 460 

9 122 

19 553 

11 974 
7 579 

17 793 

14 527 

25 680 
16 515 
9 355 



32 538 

7 093 

12 280 

13 165 

17 955 
6 133 
11 822 

21 927 

10 564 

11 353 

15 102 

8 558 

6 544 

16 142 

9 870 
8 272 



25 264 
13 879 

11 405 

38 657 

26 017 

12 640 

18 248 
12 642 
5 406 



25 856 
13 946 
12 920 

7 864 
5 556 
1 306 



16 151 
10 907 
5 244 

50 190 
44 963 
5 227 



91 886 
70 916 
20 970 

16 776 
12 733 
4 043 



21 450 
16 907 
4 543 

18 274 
10 608 
7 665 



17 955 

11 706 
6 249 

17 101 

12 847 

24 588 
16 387 
8 201 



30 225 
6 791 
11 784 
11 551 

16 429 

5 935 
10 494 

20 425 
10 195 

10 229 

13 870 

6 310 
5 550 

16 730 
9 528 

7 202 

11 211 

19 474 

23 436 
13 557 
9 879 

36 787 
25 221 

11 556 

16 950 

12 150 

4 600 



17-44 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 



-Continued 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



JOHNSON COUNTY . . . . 

IO*A CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

JONES COUNTY 

ANAMOSA 

MONTICELLO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

KEOKUK COUNTY 

KOSSUTH COUNTY . . . . 

AL&ONA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LEE COUNTY 

FORT MADISON . . . . 

KEOKUK 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LINN COUNTY 

CEDAR RAPIDS . . . . 

HARION 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LOUISA COUNTY 

LUCAS COUNTY 

CHARITON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LYON COUNTY 

ROCK RAPIDS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MADISON COUNTY . . . . 

WINTERSET 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MAHASKA COUNTY . . . . 

OSKALOOSA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARION COUNTY 

KNOXVILLE 

PELLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARSHALL COUNTY. . . . 
MARSHALLTOWN . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MILLS COUNTY 

3LENW00D 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MITCHELL COUNTY. . . . 

OSAGE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MONONA COUNTY 

ONAWA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MONROE COUNTY 

ALBIA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . 
RED OAK 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MUSCATINE COUNTY . . . 

MUSCATINE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

O'BRIEN COUNTY . . . . 

SHELDON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

OSCEOLA COUNTY . . . . 

SIBLEY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

PAGE COUNTY 

CLARINDA 

SHENANDOAH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

PALO ALTO COUNTY . . . 

EMMETSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



57 299 
16 607 
10 692 

25 970 
7 228 
9 602 



31 057 
15 U75 

15 582 

45 800 

16 909 

21 538 
8 353 

180 957 

119 861 

6 335 

22 766 



12 182 
10 157 
2 025 



15 856 
10 U99 

5 367 

31 3«"l 
21 435 

6 909 

26 755 
13 485 

10 680 

4 589 

53 695 

42 334 

11 351 

10 447 

5 735 

4 712 

17 052 
9 775 

7 287 

17 120 ; 

5 648 
10 272 

10 070 1 

8 862 j 
1 208 

20 301 

13 462 

6 839 

46 036 
34 648 

11 388 

25 940 
10 033 
15 907 

10 257 
5 218 
5 049 

28 816 
10 911 

14 720 



16 241 

7 801 

8 440 



23 934 
6 978 
9 142 



30 091 

15 369 
14 722 

43 370 

16 163 
20 368 

5 839 



11 382 
9 741 ; 
1 641 ! 

12 678 ' 
6 050 
6 528 



29 832 
23 857 
5 975 

26 745 
12 856 
10 272 
3 617 

51 739 
41 350 
10 389 



16 042 
5 750 
9 292 

9 390 

8 758 
532 

18 945 
12 790 
5 155 

43 092 
33 382 

9 710 

23 884 
9 529 

14 255 



10 577 
14 280 
2 601 



764 

1 757 
505 
581 
581 

1 193 

2 455 
1 481 

974 

4 482 

1 742 

2 280 
460 



175 097 


19 752 


145 724 


17 274 


8 201 


805 


21 172 


1 573 



1 209 
871 
338 

2 935 

2 426 
510 

2 025 

1 080 

737 

208 



758 
478 
280 

1 256 
789 
477 

1 237 
531 
706 



1 755 

1 233 

522 

4 057 

3 324 

733 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. . . . 

LE MARS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

POCAHONTAS COUNTY. . . 

POLK COUNTY 

OES MOINES 

WEST DES MOINES. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY . 
COUNCIL BLUFFS . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

POWESHIEK COUNTY . . . 

GRINNELL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

RINGGOLD COUNTY. . . . 

SAC COUNTY 

SAC CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

SCOTT COUNTY 

BETTENDORF 

DAVENPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHELBY COUNTY 

HARLAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SIOUX COUNTY 

HAWARDEN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

STORY COUNTY 

AMES 

NEVADA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

TAMA COUNTY 

TAMA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

TAYLOR COUNTY 

UNION COUNTY 

CRESTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

VAN BUREN COUNTY . . . 

WAPELLO COUNTY . . . . 

OTTUMWA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WARREN COUNTY 

INOIANOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. . . 

WASHINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WAYNE COUNTY 

WEBSTER COUNTY . . . ■ 

FORT DODGE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY . . . 

FOREST CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WINNESHIEK COUNTY. . . 

DECORAH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WOODBURY COUNTY. . . . 

SIOUX CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WORTH COUNTY 

WRIGHT COUNTY 

CLARION 

EAGLE GROVE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



26 593 
13 531 
13 052 



374 087 

341 055 

11 662 

21 369 

75 070 
58 270 
16 800 

23 948 
13 691 
10 257 



155 230 

12 985 
127 270 

14 975 

17 479 

10 802 

5 677 

27 830 

5 125 

22 705 

55 689 

34 053 

9 398 

13 228 

26 848 

5 930 

20 918 



17 645 
13 337 
4 308 



53 825 
47 108 
6 717 



30 287 
15 708 
14 579 



149 576 
136 518 
13 058 



25 389 
13 257 
12 132 



361 501 

330 57' 

11 128 

19 699 

72 110 
56 825 
15 284 

22 420 
13 115 
9 305 



19 045 

6 555 

12 490 

149 558 

12 509 

124 184 

12 975 



25 334 

4 813 
21 521 

54 185 
33 107 
9 266 
11 812 

24 500 

5 674 
18 925 



16 299 
12 777 
3 522 



51 809 
45 680 
5 129 



59 536 

49 799 

9 737 

16 829 
5 312 

10 517 

17 738 
12 199 

5 539 

144 356 

133 184 

11 172 



24 


99,1 


23 


154 


6 


757 


6 


557 


6 


077 


5 


T,9 


12 


154 


10 


836 



Standard Notes: - Reoresenls zero. (Dl Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-45 



TABLE 10 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 



[Data are based on 1964 SMSA definitions] 



SIC 
code 



Kifid of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establistv 

ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Total 
(numlKr) 



With 
payroll 

(niimber) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBERi BLDG MATLS< HDWE i FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES" . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



52 LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

53 PART* I GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

5U ' FOOD STORES 

55 EX. 551 AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

55PT(55«) I GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



56 I APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

57 [FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

58 I EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

59PT(591lj DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

59 EX.59l| OTHER RETAIL STORES 

53 PART* NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



59PT(5911 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. OEAl 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SEkVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



56 APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

57 FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

58 : EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

59PT(59l) j DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

59 EX.591 OTHER RETAIL STORES 

53 PART* NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



151 
512 
155 



CEDAR RAPIDS SMSA 



DAVENPORT-ROCK ISLAND-MttlNE IOWA-ILL, SMSA 



«2 169 
29 588 
13 958 

15 558 

10 831 

11 346 
6 3"tO 

15 986 
1 113 



175 097 

16 069 

17 373 
to 161 
29 588 
13 018 

15 U96 

10 665 

10 358 



3U BU4 


33 524 


«7 823 


47 019 


87 007 


82 307 


60 167 


58 533 


28 606 


26 016 


20 565 


20 093 


21 482 


20 654 


35 612 


31 750 


13 945 


(D) 


32 585 


30 761 


8 890 


fDl 



374 087 

25 215 
51 097 
81 581 
64 904 
27 123 

24 561 
21 671 
24 405 
14 233 
31 378 
7 919 



24 573 
50 707 
77 859 
63 956 

25 697 

24 359 
20 997 
22 935 



9 325 


9 021 


15 509 


15 467 


20 556 


19 276 


12 613 


12 543 


7 341 


6 629 


4 025 


(D) 


5 132 


5 072 


6 978 


114 


3 013 


(D) 


10 997 


10 495 


755 


299 



OMAHA, NEBR.IOWA, SMSA 



164 
135 
727 
143 
360 



548 908 

44 259 

69 396 

121 439 

94 329 

38 113 

32 325 

33 608 

47 853 

19 935 

40 942 

6 709 



144 811 

13 466 

17 558 

32 853 

25 088 

10 552 

8 473 

7 244 

8 809 
4 434 

13 840 

2 494 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC majoi group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



529 382 

42 927 
68 806 
115 757 
92 821 
35 875 



19 725 
38 354 
5 385 



140 425 

13 084 

17 386 

32 127 

24 964 

9 738 

8 333 



SIOUX CITY, I0WA-NE6R, SMSA 



13 277 
26 865 
35 885 



11 535 
5 685 

12 984 



156 925 

12 933 

26 579 

34 425 

26 884 

10 131 

(D) 



17-46 IOWA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 11 Counties with 500 Establishments or More: 1958 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 






CERRO GORDO COUNTY 


CLINTON COUNTY 




601 

55 
16 
82 
35 
87 

41 
41 
115 
13 
96 
20 


463 

47 
14 
58 
29 
63 

39 
29 
93 

13 
72 
6 


74 047 

8 203 
6 027 
13 842 
13 883 

5 634 

6 317 
4 686 
3 765 
2 436 
6 604 

450 


71 263 

fl 013 
(d1 

13 370 
13 691 
4 856 

(d1 
4 716 
3 419 
2 436 
6 168 

310 


684 

51 
35 
101 
32 
83 

34 
50 
153 
14 
97 
33 


454 

49 
20 
57 
32 
55 

30 
34 
103 
12 
69 
3 


74 453 

9 116 
6 559 
13 868 
12 316 
4 972 

2 888 

3 275 

4 700 

1 778 
10 933 

2 058 




52 

53 PART » 

54 

55 EX. 551 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HD*E . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

POOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


(Dl 
e 405 
12 796 
12 316 








57 
58 

59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
S3 r4F!T» 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


2 929 

3 765 

(Dl 

10 571 

(Dl 






LEE COUNTY 




POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY 




526 

55 
19 
80 
31 
56 

44 
38 
104 
14 
72 
15 


396 

37 
15 
54 
25 
42 

40 
26 
86 

14 
54 
3 


46 800 

6 296 
4 431 
9 261 
8 586 
3 469 

3 538 
2 364 

2 793 
1 454 

3 963 
623 


43 370 

5 176 
4 367 
8 789 

6 266 
3 099 

3 465 
2 166 
2 495 
1 454 
(Dl 
(Dl 


690 

62 
23 

112 
37 

104 

29 

32 
152 
26 
86 
17 


522 

56 
17 
72 
33 
86 

23 

26 

126 
26 

54 

3 


75 070 

8 598 
5 058 
20 128 
11 703 
8 731 

3 582 

2 613 
5 600 

3 131 
(Dl 
(D) 




52 

53 PART* 

54 

55 EX.554 

55PT(5541 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HD*E . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


8 508 
4 928 
19 226 
11 611 
8 161 


57 
56 

59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


2 529 
5 182 

3 131 

(Dl 

(d1 










SCOTT COUNTY 


STORY COUNTY 




1 060 

63 
28 

152 
43 

122 

52 

62 
299 

34 
138 

77 




149 668 

12 093 
24 395 
31 357 
22 753 
9 387 

9 882 

9 393 
12 016 

5 305 
10 692 

2 393 


529 

66 
17 
63 
22 
85 

39 

31 
105 
16 
59 
26 


405 

54 
13 
49 
22 
65 

31 
23 

85 
16 
45 
2 


56 689 

7 558 
3 817 
14 826 
7 539 
6 135 

2 783 

2 467 

3 256 
(D> 

5 840 
(Dl 




52 

53 PART* 

54 

55 EX.554 


LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HD*E . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


57 
16 

116 
37 

104 

46 
50 
227 
34 
98 
17 


12 157 
24 577 
32 857 
23 009 

10 057 

9 950 
9 509 

13 224 
5 305 

11 342 
3 033 


7 374 
3 701 
14 366 
7 539 
5 520 








57 
58 

59PT{591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PL \CES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* . 


2 397 

2 912 
(Dl 

5 638 
(Dl 




WEBSTER COUNTY 


WOODBURY COUNTY 




514 

49 
20 
76 
25 
65 

29 

37 
104 
10 
78 
21 


382 

43 
10 
46 
25 
49 

27 
27 
86 
10 
54 
3 


62 212 

5 771 

6 669 
12 478 

9 574 
4 568 

3 704 
2 741 

4 571 
2 382 
6 305 

409 


59 536 

6 565 
6 489 
11 652 
9 574 
4 078 

(Dl 
2 551 

4 245 
2 382 

5 989 
(D) 


1 101 

89 
31 

175 
51 

148 

61 
65 
235 

36 
151 
47 


635 

75 
25 

125 
45 
108 

53 

45 
201 

32 
115 

11 


149 576 

12 463 
26 113 
31 358 
25 581 
9 879 

8 990 
5 553 

9 795 
5 367 

11 464 
I 873 




52 

53 PART • 

54 

55 EX.554 

55PT(5541 

56 
57 


.UMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


12 203 
25 961 
29 898 
25 519 
8 949 

8 838 
5 253 


59PT 15911 
59 EX.591 
S3 PART* 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


5 219 
10 714 
1 507 



Standaid Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld lo avoid di 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maioi group 53, ate shown separately i 



BLACK HAWK COUNTY coextensive with Waterloo SMSA, see Table 10. 
DUBUQUE COUNTY coextensive with Dubuque SMSA, see Table 10. 
LINN COUNTY coextensive with Cedar Rapids SMSA, see Table 10. 
POLK COUNTY coextensive with Des Momes SMSA, see Table 10. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



IOWA 17-47 



TABLE 12 Cities with 500 Establishments or More: 1958 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



59PT(591 
59 EX.59 
53 PART* 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 FART* 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDS MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STOKES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



CEDAR RAPIDS 



1«9 864 

9 119 

16 BUZ 

35 754 

25 097 

10 224 

14 997 
10 137 
a 745 

(D) 
10 713 

(D) 



145 724 

9 271 

16 842 

34 040 

26 097 

9 670 

14 997 
10 031 
8 085 

(D) 
10 081 

(D) 



5 984 

24 257 

25 955 
20 213 

7 170 

9 680 

8 785 
10 604 

4 826 
7 076 
2 720 



19 960 
48 553 
74 683 
59 634 
24 139 

23 720 

20 125 
22 360 
13 270 
26 867 

7 745 



330 674 

19 524 

48 347 

71 425 

58 894 

23 027 

23 578 



3 


871 


14 


293 


17 


600 


9 


363 


5 


620 


3 


525 


4 


871 


4 


941 


2 


573 


6 


049 




432 



136 518 

9 571 

25 729 

28 988 

22 906 

8 675 

8 953 

6 418 

8 504 
5 035 

9 988 
1 751 



9 373 
25 729 
27 834 
22 744 



6 842 

9 612 

8 629 

9 814 
4 826 
6 "jOn 

(Dl 



8 389 


S 04 3 


16 699 


(D) 


23 411 


23 189 


19 241 


19 161 


7 442 


7 054 


7 469 


7 407 


5 722 


(D) 


6 555 


6 311 


3 751 


(d) 


9 754 


8 854 


2 196 


2 042 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonsbre retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Kansas 



CONTENTS 

(Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 18-, which appears as part of number for each page.] 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 16 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 22 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 28 

7 InPlant Food Contractors: 1963 31 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 31 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 32 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 34 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 35 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 36 





®« 






18-3 



1958 



State total 




1963 



$2,836,675,[ 



EACH SYMBOL = =.=.^--,ro/ 
5% CHANGE — — — = -Ib/o 



KANSAS Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 



Lumber, BIdg. Materials, Farm 
Equip., Hardware Dealers 



301 
285 



#-5% 



General Merchandise 
Group Stores 



Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



Gasoline Service 
Stations 



Apparel, ^115 
Accessory Stores ^^^^^ 



Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^ill4 

Equipment Stores PH^l^S 

Eating, Drinking Places ^& 143 

Drug Stores, N 88 

Proprietary Stores jSjOl 




Other Retail Stores 



203 
262 
■#####€29% 



F 28 
Nonstore Retailers | 43 

1958 1963. 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 



18-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-5 



TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 





Kind of business 


1963 


1958 




Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 

establish 

ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 






22 183 


17 641 


2 836 675 


2 750 233 


24 989 


17 789 


2 ««8 515 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 

521 

522-524 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 


2 088 
626 
310 
520 
632 


1 808 
584 
254 
410 
560 


284 920 
103 245 
16 966 
38 318 
125 390 


278 198 
101 958 
15 884 
35 776 
124 580 


2 550 
795 
328 
716 
711 


2 054 
589 
246 
480 
639 


300 535 
HI 356 
16 307 
47 610 
125 263 


289 438 
109 232 

15 153 
42 100 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 




53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 


850 
63 
336 
451 


762 
63 
318 
381 


252 552 
143 220 
49 269 
70 073 


260 938 
143 220 
48 989 
68 729 


1 004 

52 

330 

622 


735 
52 
306 
378 


205 928 
103 228 
45 394 
57 506 


200 566 
103 228 
45 116 
52 222 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 




FOOD STORES 


















5« 

5111 

5«2 

5«3 

5«» 

5it5-5'49 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


2 514 
2 148 
55 
46 
35 
230 


1 930 
1 678 
31 
18 
23 
180 


613 350 
596 529 
4 360 
2 547 
1 163 
8 761 


595 950 
582 213 
3 350 
1 841 
1 031 
7 515 


3 303 
2 752 

(M 

68 
58 

311 


2 239 

1 944 

(M 

18 
24 
185 


567 877 

544 546 

(M 

2 435 

1 291 

11 895 


541 321 

523 170 

(M 

1 353 

813 
9 515 






1 707 


1 377 


621 425 


614 621 


1 750 


1 364 


476 530 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 








3 468 


2 852 


257 234 


241 844 


3 705 


2 599 


222 960 






APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 

56 1-567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

56«.569 


TOTAL 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


1 230 
237 
434 
355 

79 
227 
264 

68 


1 102 
223 
400 
327 

73 
173 
242 

64 


124 538 
23 701 
35 876 
30 678 

5 198 
38 351 
22 226 

3 384 


122 278 
23 307 

36 320 
30 214 

6 106 

37 359 
21 974 

3 318 


1 320 
243 
494 

»♦ 
285 

82 


1 110 
225 
418 
372 

46 
175 
228 

64 


114 500 

21 363 

37 112 

** 

20 310 
3 342 


110 330 
21 051 
35 702 
32 872 

2 830 
31 627 
19 044 

2 896 


57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAI 


1 275 
625 
650 


1 003 
453 
550 


122 967 
59 622 
53 345 


117 903 
55 442 
51 461 


1 444 
680 
754 


1 062 
498 
564 


114 318 
57 306 
57 012 










53 508 




EATING' DRINKING PLACES 


















58 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


3 879 

3 157 

722 


3 237 
2 773 

464 


142 998 
126 509 
16 489 


134 698 
121 711 
12 987 


4 482 

3 552 

930 


3 250 
2 712 

538 


126 938 

108 546 
18 392 


109 820 
96 858 
12 952 


59PT(591 1 

591 ( 

( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


809 
671 
138 


753 
649 

104 


100 923 
97 289 
3 634 


100 027 
95 823 
3 204 


939 

775 
164 


839 
693 

146 


87 807 
82 573 
5 134 


85 709 
80 779 
4 930 


59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 




3 434 
953 
304 
83 
130 
632 
290 
170 
872 


2 630 
785 
172 
65 
84 
512 
230 
142 
640 


252 306 
48 758 
8 887 
7 415 
5 615 
126 238 
15 196 
17 409 
31 788 


246 700 
43 176 
7 585 
7 113 
4 879 

123 526 

15 252 

16 759 
28 410 


3 530 
999 
268 
93 
137 
573 
373 
237 
850 


2 378 
707 
162 
65 
85 
455 
249 
157 
498 


203 275 
51 131 
8 191 
6 634 
6 339 
67 932 
16 804 
18 198 
28 046 




LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FAR.^. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


41 875 
7 147 
5 754 
5 525 
65 226 
14 812 
16 370 
23 268 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 




929 


187 


43 442 


37 075 


962 


158 


27 846 


19 862 







Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not appi 
"Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 
^Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition. 



18-6 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2 



The State: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
l^ov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

521 
5251 
5252 



513 

5«t 

515 

5U6 

5162 

5463 

519 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBEr! YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASS! *ALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EaUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHI SED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
HEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



22 183 



1 707 
663 
612 



2 30 
237 
229 



1 808 
156 
128 



1 377 
661 
610 



1 102 
223 
219 



281 920 
88 860 

11 386 
3 196 

12 055 
1 115 

38 318 
126 390 



262 562 
113 220 
19 269 
65 237 
2 990 
1 816 



613 360 
596 529 

1 275 

85 

2 517 

1 163 

2 655 
1 291 

3 696 
595 

1 265 
550 



501 225 
159 926 
9 558 
31 711 
31 061 
39 220 
20 607 
23 319 
9 819 
13 154 
16 



124 538 

23 701 

23 518 

183 

36 876 

30 678 

6 198 



278 198 
87 722 
14 236 
3 396 
11 289 
1 199 



260 938 
143 220 
48 989 
64 159 
2 862 
1 708 



614 621 

504 179 

459 880 

9 558 

34 711 

29 374 

37 952 

20 607 

22 509 

(01 

13 032 



122 278 
23 307 
23 138 



37 


359 


21 


974 




(Dl 


3 


156 




(01 


18 


629 



29 602 
10 515 
1 597 
602 
1 716 
305 
4 326 
10 511 



35 355 
20 191 
7 653 
6 971 
336 
201 



54 


426 


12 


826 


38 


461 


I 


129 


3 


233 


1 


807 


5 


493 


2 


516 


1 


784 




(Dl 




817 




(Dl 


22 


526 


16 


976 


3 


160 


3 


139 




21 


„ 


937 


n 


151 




786 




226 




42 




(Dl 




(01 




(Dl 


5 


477 


3 


038 




(Dl 




513 




(01 


2 


503 




328 




36 



561 007 
202 145 
31 214 
12 294 
33 212 
5 792 
79 730 
196 590 



698 029 
109 196 
111 593 
136 597 
6 216 
1 097 



4 493 
18 911 
16 989 

1 922 
995 

1 276 



065 727 
836 176 
752 533 
23 715 
59 928 
38 094 
105 363 
51 283 
31 811 
16 712 
IB 069 



316 917 
56 821 
56 383 



11 688 

8 87B 

8 032 

222 

624 

476 



5 997 
957 
947 



97 648 


1 781 


57 175 


940 


(Dl 


(Dl 


9 781 


155 


(Dl 


(Dl 


16 875 


777 


5 985 


156 


351 


6 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part ot SIC major group 53, are sliown separately in tliis table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-7 



TABLE 2. The State: 1963-Continued 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FUfiNISHiNGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINAi GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES , 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES , 

SADIOi TELEVISION STORES - 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS < 

MUSICAL INSTf^UMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 809 

DRUG STORES 671 

PROPRIETARY STORES 138 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



122 967 

59 622 

U7 727 

8 018 
1 761 

698 

1 «18 

US 6U2 

9 620 
8 083 
1 280 
6 803 



142 998 

126 509 

93 812 

6 253 

23 906 

2 538 

16 189 



100 923 
97 289 
3 63U 



262 306 

US 758 

8 887 

3118 

8 539 

7 tl5 
3 139 
It 276 

5 615 
"t 920 

695 
89 393 
35 170 

1 675 

16 196 

17 '409 
811 
379 

3 145 
13 04« 

8 462 
863 
624 

2 457 
2 799 

6 407 
1 304 

907 

1 674 

702 

178 

5 411 



43 442 
17 884 
8 492 
17 066 



7 662 
1 517 
692 
1 022 
44 286 
9 346 
7 829 
1 228 
6 601 



134 698 
121 711 
89 756 
6 253 
23 266 
2 436 
12 987 



100 027 
96 823 
3 204 



246 700 
43 175 
7 580 



4 


879 


4 


312 




567 


87 


361 


34 


52? 


1 


643 


15 


252 


16 


759 




831 




275 


3 


069 


12 


584 


8 


010 




759 




570 


2 


111 


2 


455 


6 


363 


1 


304 




841 


I 


440 




676 




12B 


3 


753 


37 


076 


17 


85? 


7 


634 


11 


590 



16 657 

7 940 
5 185 
1 311 

229 
72 

143 
5 484 
1 177 
1 056 

167 

889 



30 888 
29 158 
22 307 

1 854 

4 310 

687 

1 730 



13 315 

13 009 

306 



22 658 

2 348 
1 058 



514 

62 

4 882 

2 995 

213 
2 089 
2 735 



318 186 
152 816 
119 648 
24 598 
4 431 

1 530 

2 609 
116 564 

28 247 
20 559 

3 382 
17 177 



630 867 
595 251 
456 237 
38 102 
85 200 
14 712 
35 616 



255 670 

250 770 

5 900 



23 327 
9 266 
14 061 



92 223 
52 519 

3 845 
39 445 
56 922 

1 730 
870 

6 465 
47 857 

27 898 
1 669 
1 381 
5 477 

7 583 
16 703 

5 340 
1 853 
3 333 
1 856 
305 
14 255 



90 975 
31 845 
16 987 
42 143 



4 123 

2 031 

1 590 

295 



1 459 
317 
306 



16 899 

15 945 

12 013 

935 

2 549 

347 

954 



740 
53 
750 



799 

155 



3 250 

1 000 

288 



216 


245 


673 


124 


56 


34 


664 


302 


675 


129 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



18-8 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov- 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind of-busmess group 



Lumber, building 
matis, hardware, 
farm equip dealers 



ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



KANSASi TOTAL. 



REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ANDERSON COUNTY. . . . 

GARNETT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ATCHISON COUNTY. . . . 

ATCHISON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BARBER COUNTY 

MEDICINE LODGE . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BARTON COUNTY 

ELLINWOOD 

GREAT BEND 

HOISINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOURBON COUNTY . . . . 

FORT SCOTT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BROWN COUNTY 

HIAWATHA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BUTLER COUNTY 

AUGUSTA 

EL DORADO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CHASE COUNTY . . . 
CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY. . . . 
BAXTER SPRINGS . . . 

COLUMBUS 

GALENA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CHEYENNE COUNTY. 



CLARK COUNTY 



CLAY COUNTY 

CLAY CENTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLOUD COUNTY 

CONCORDIA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



COFFEY COUNTY. . 
COMANCHE COUNTY. 



COWLEY COUNTY 

ARKANSAS CITY. . . . 

WINFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. . . . 

PITTSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DECATUR COUNTY 



DICKINSON COUNTY . . . 

ABILENE 

HERINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



DONIPHAN COUNTY. 



DOUGLAS COUNTY . . . . 

LAWRENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



EDWARDS COUNTY 
ELK COUNTY . . 



ELLIS COUNTY 

HAYS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ELLSWORTH COUNTY 



22 183 17 6«1 



2 836 575 

21 611 
14 134 
7 480 

9 592 
6 947 
2 645 

20 799 
18 785 
2 014 



7 178 

51 260 

2 539 
38 068 

6 996 

3 657 

20 712 
18 798 
1 914 

20 425 
9 681 

10 744 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 'D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



48 604 
15 658 
22 823 
10 123 



7 641 

18 952 

7 325 

7 528 

2 024 

2 075 

7 296 



17 443 

14 757 
2 685 

21 504 

15 040 

5 464 



48 058 
25 091 
18 578 
4 289 

42 650 

28 622 
14 028 

8 575 

29 844 



339 
807 
532 

392 

(NA) 



20 798 
13 454 

7 344 

8 924 
6 799 
2 125 

20 057 
18 493 
1 564 



6 902 

49 728 

2 307 
37 128 

6 816 

3 477 

20 012 
18 398 
1 614 



46 772 
15 426 
22 289 
9 057 



7 229 

17 870 

7 089 

7 404 

1 872 

1 505 

t 954 



17 025 
14 485 
2 540 



40 794 
27 828 
12 965 



29 042 
15 948 
5 268 
5 825 



51 297 
43 919 
7 378 



32 555 

28 305 
4 250 

8 898 

Not available. 



1 989 

1 370 

619 

741 
622 
119 



5 853 
239 

4 606 
540 
358 



1 483 
757 
726 

4 589 

1 318 

2 475 
795 



1 558 
506 
623 
205 



1 537 

1 437 

200 

1 791 

1 355 

435 



4 838 
2 535 

2 077 
225 

4 123 

3 027 
1 095 



2 830 

1 680 

557 

583 



5 900 

5 077 

823 

501 

250 



40 405 
28 407 
11 998 

13 833 

11 452 
2 381 



22 338 

10 581 

11 757 

112 251 

4 253 

88 816 

12 006 
7 175 

41 364 



25 370 
13 597 
12 573 

90 573 
27 407 
47 730 
15 535 



9 979 

29 797 
11 381 
11 792 
4 248 

2 375 

11 055 

8 593 

32 595 
28 727 

3 968 

35 235 
25 515 
8 519 



93 970 
48 213 
41 300 
4 457 

77 910 
57 792 
20 118 



55 182 
32 847 
11 741 
11 594 



115 297 

98 450 

16 S37 

10 407 

4 877 

60 912 

53 421 

7 491 



491 
253 

228 

1 460 
378 
794 
288 



192 

154 

542 
452 
90 

538 
441 
197 

262 

130 

1 631 
818 
727 
86 

1 451 

1 053 

398 



2 091 

1 757 

334 



780 

(X) Not applicable. 



55 
78 
45 
61 


S 
10 

4 

2 


85 


14 


55 


9 


117 
85 
31 


14 
10 
4 


234 
124 
110 


32 

14 
18 


107 


15 


50 


9 


391 
188 
137 
66 


29 
10 
13 
5 


411 
226 
185 


39 

25 

14 


89 


6 


250 
118 
58 
74 


36 
16 

7 
13 


93 


10 


373 
296 
77 


34 
24 
10 


67 


4 


71 


8 


207 
151 
56 


21 
15 

6 


115 


13 



2 786 

1 862 

924 

1 575 
965 
610 

2 555 
2 003 

552 

2 052 
332 

1 730 

4 368 
230 

2 797 



2 617 

2 261 
355 

3 325 
1 353 
1 973 

3 053 
597 

1 608 
848 



1 715 
513 



3 756 

1 892 
1 864 

1 092 
612 

4 699 

2 276 
1 773 

650 

3 651 
1 746 
1 905 



5 315 
2 500 
1 051 
1 654 



5 312 
3 367 

1 945 

570 

273 

3 571 

3 068 

603 



AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 



Kindofbusiness group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug Stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers ■ 


1 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 

lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


E 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




2 514 


613 360 


1 707 


621 425 


3 468 


257 234 


1 230 


124 538 


1 275 


122 957 


3 879 


142 998 


809 


100 923 


3 434 


252 306 


929 


43 442 


1 


21 
11 
10 


4 247 
2 914 
1 333 


24 
17 

7 


4 044 

3 391 

653 


35 
23 
12 


2 108 

1 295 

812 


14 
10 


690 
607 

83 


9 
8 
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378 
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504 
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3 877 

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4 049 
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524 
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33 

17 
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929 

587 
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3 


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628 
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30 
19 
11 


2 750 
2 201 

549 


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210 
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42 
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1 810 


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18 


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5 228 

4 305 

909 


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27 
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1 925 

1 567 

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22 
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1 210 

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34 
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61 
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329 

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55 
55 
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1 458 


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15 

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(Dl 
(01 


40 
31 
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2 852 

2 248 

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17 

14 
3 


2 241 

2 147 

94 


18 
12 
5 


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1 574 

370 


41 
29 
12 


1 559 
1 323 

245 


5 
3 
2 


553 

(Dl 
(01 


31 
23 

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2 588 

2 318 

270 


19 
15 


849 

837 

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64 
55 
66 


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1 197 


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240 


7 


467 


17 


327 


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405 


11 


(01 


2 


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67 



18-10 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
l$l,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1.000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1.000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov- 15 
(number) 



Actiwe 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind-of-busmess group 



Lumber, building 
matis-, hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1.000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



FINNEY COUNTY 

GARDEN CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

FORD COUNTY 

DODGE CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

FRANKLIN COUNTY 

OTTAWA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

GEARY COUNTY 

JUNCTION CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

GOVE COUNTY 

GRAHAM COUNTY 

GRANT COUNTY 

ULYSSES 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

GRAY COUNTY 

GREELEY COUNTY 

GREENWOOD COUNTY 

EUREKA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

HAMILTON COUNTY 

HARPER COUNTY 

ANTHONY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

HARVEY COUNTY 

NEWTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

HASKELL COUNTY 

HODGEMAN COUNTY 

JACKSON COUNTY 

HOLTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

JEFFERSON COUNTY 

JEWELL COUNTY 

JOHNSON COUNTY 

FAIRWAY 

LEAWOOO 

MERRIAM 

MISSION 

MISSION HILLS 

OLATHE 

OVERLAND PARK 

PRAIRIE VILLAGE 

ROELAND PARK 

SHAWNEE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

KEARNY COUNTY 

KINGMAN COUNTY 

KINGMAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

KIOWA COUNTY 

LABETTE COUNTY 

PARSONS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

LANE COUNTY 

LEAVENWORTH COUNTY 

LEAVENWORTH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

LINCOLN COUNTY 

LINN COUNTY 

LOGAN COUNTY 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 
*Nonstore retailets. part of SIC major group 



335 

199 
136 



273 
171 
102 



32 151 

30 180 

2 271 

U3 285 
35 6113 
7 6H2 

29 562 
2t 653 

3 909 

31 587 

30 880 
707 I 

5 221 

7 879 

10 608 
9 559 
1 049 

7 566 

3 180 

12 3"t5 
7 5K3 

4 802 



13 964 

5 574 

8 390 

32 127 

24 476 

7 651 

5 265 

3 342 

10 554 

8 898 

1 656 

8 788 

4 855 

177 007 

2 902 
4 640 

3 652 
41 036 



26 020 
1 484 
11 319 
19 646 



11 894 
8 254 
3 640 



33 819 

21 710 
12 109 



40 152 
34 044 
6 108 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
53, are shown separately in this table 



7 067 

8 738 
8 207 

(NA) Not I 



32 057 

29 832 
2 225 



27 670 
23 905 

3 765 

31 311 

30 604 

707 

4 664 
7 613 

10 596 
9 553 

1 043 

7 232 

2 935 

11 739 
7 351 
4 388 



13 304 

5 492 

7 812 

31 543 

24 348 

7 295 

5 243 

3 054 

10 002 

8 642 

1 360 

7 786 

4 395 

172 723 

2 902 
4 404 



3 
40 


216 
746 


19 


843 
869 


25 
U 


854 
ID) 
227 
(D) 


3 


545 


11 

a 

3 


560 
178 
382 


6 


487 


32 

21 
11 


311 
020 
291 


4 


909 


38 
33 

5 


496 
188 
308 


6 


873 


8 


010 


7 


961 



3 776 

3 564 
212 

4 284 
3 742 

542 

2 791 

2 467 
324 

3 733 
3 610 

123 

369 
622 



507 

258 

957 
675 
282 



1 232 
625 
505 

3 475 

2 769 
706 



955 
851 
105 

678 

345 

18 454 

303 

486 

325 

4 481 

2 038 



3 235 

IDI 
1 076 



I 055 
849 
206 



2 837 

2 072 

765 



4 296 

3 680 

616 

558 

533 

739 

(X) Not applicable. 



72 880 
68 848 

4 032 

85 285 
74 183 
11 102 

52 579 
45 715 

5 863 



B 355 

12 321 

19 287 I 
17 516 I 
1 771 

10 406 

5 233 

19 381 

13 699 
5 582 



22 409 

11 520 
10 889 

69 508 
57 050 

12 458 

7 672 

5 745 

17 793 
15 906 
1 887 

13 434 

7 752 

378 662 
5 797 

10 315 
5 952 

87 953 



65 631 

lUI 

22 594 



21 125 
15 965 
4 159 



53 945 
38 964 
14 981 



87 149 
75 740 
11 409 

10 831 

10 029 

14 291 



1 280 

1 124 

156 

920 
797 
123 



418 
189 
229 

I 237 
984 
253 



40 
237 
179 

5 876 
73 
145 
118 

1 384 



1 043 
101 
400 



1 015 
720 
296 



1 432 

1 177 

255 

207 

216 

276 



(01 



5 327 
3 777 
1 550 

5 016 
3 899 
1 117 



(01 
(Dl 

909 

1 540 

2 786 
(0) 
(Dl 

1 925 

1 355 

1 183 
580 
603 



2 207 
934 

1 273 

2 537 
1 775 

762 

847 

590 

1 476 

1 019 

457 

1 973 

1 105 

7 819 

194 

ID) 

1 942 



287 
324 



1 391 

1 113 

278 



3 914 
2 242 
1 672 



3 015 

2 023 

992 

1 144 
937 

2 295 



(0) 



AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 



Kind-of-business group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers' 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
listi- 

ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number; 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number! 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




20 
17 

3 


4 496 

4 389 

107 


13 
13 


5 779 

6 779 


20 
18 
2 


1 995 

(01 
(Dl 


15 

15 


2 158 
2 158 


15 

15 


1 564 

1 564 


30 
26 

4 


1 230 

1 191 

39 


5 

5 


926 
926 


37 
29 
8 


4 758 
3 467 
1 291 


4 


275 
(01 
(Dl 


1 

2 

3 


34 
23 
11 


7 435 

6 775 

660 


24 
21 
3 


8 758 

8 380 

378 


37 
29 

8 


2 829 

2 271 

558 


19 
18 
1 


1 602 

(Dl 
(Dl 


21 
19 
2 


2 773 
(Dl 
(Dl 


50 
41 
9 


2 060 

1 836 

224 


10 

7 
3 


1 138 
927 
211 


48 
41 

7 


6 352 
3 287 
3 065 


9 


664 
664 


4 
5 
6 


26 
17 
9 


5 587 

4 765 

822 


18 
16 

2 


6 730 
(01 
(Dl 


34 
19 
15 


2 223 
1 583 

640 


22 
22 


1 552 

1 552 


9 
9 


871 
871 


39 
30 
9 


1 394 

1 245 

149 


8 
7 
1 


857 
(01 
(Dl 


19 
13 
6 


2 360 

1 475 

885 


4 


413 
413 


7 
3 
9 


21 
21 


6 362 

(D) 
IDI 


21 
21 


6 892 
6 892 


42 
38 
4 


3 216 

2 816 

400 


15 
15 


1 461 
1 461 


14 
14 


1 925 
1 925 


37 
35 
2 


1 784 
(01 
(Dl 


7 
7 


844 
844 


43 
1 


2 143 
(Dl 
(01 


10 
10 


770 
770 


10 
11 
12 


6 


510 


4 


604 


10 


436 


5 


117 


5 


436 


7 


155 


4 


223 


5 


(01 


- 


- 


13 


12 


1 325 


6 


1 653 


13 


770 


5 


195 


6 


463 


10 


432 


2 


(01 


7 


966 


5 


(01 


14 


7 
6 
1 


2 002 

(D) 
(D) 


6 

5 
1 


1 797 
(01 
(01 


6 
6 


577 
577 


3 
2 

1 


292 

(Dl 
(Dl 


5 
5 


544 
544 


8 
7 
1 


292 
(Dl 
(Dl 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


10 
9 

1 


(01 

1 315 

(Dl 


- 


I 


15 
16 
17 


9 


1 080 


2 


(Dl 


9 


442 


2 


(Dl 


- 


- 


12 


229 


3 


295 


8 


2 622 


2 


(Dl 


18 


2 


<D) 


3 


189 


4 


422 


3 


110 


1 


(Dl 


4 


145 


1 


(Dl 


2 


(01 


2 


(01 


19 


17 
6 
11 


2 314 

1 951 

863 


10 
8 
2 


2 817 
(Dl 
(01 


32 

10 
22 


1 583 
687 
896 


7 
6 

1 


511 

(01 
(Ul 


8 
8 


385 
385 


29 
16 

13 


788 
524 
264 


7 
3 


545 
395 
150 


27 
16 
11 


1 093 
496 
602 


6 
2 


26 

(Ul 
(Dl 


20 
21 
22 


7 


1 115 


4 


1 957 


7 


549 


4 


257 


2 


(Dl 


8 


276 


2 


(Dl 


12 


334 


- 


- 


23 


22 
6 
16 


2 530 
1 347 
1 183 


14 

7 
7 


2 567 
1 028 
1 539 


20 
6 
14 


1 442 
474 
968 


10 
4 
6 


378 
213 
165 


5 


386 
203 
183 


21 
8 
13 


464 
186 
278 


2 
2 


524 
(Ul 
(Dl 


26 
8 
18 


2 778 
(01 
(Dl 


4 
4 


26 
26 


24 
25 
25 


27 
13 
It 


7 532 
5 829 
1 703 


19 
15 

4 


7 271 

6 511 

760 


40 
24 
16 


3 118 
1 684 
1 434 


21 
18 

3 


1 206 

1 121 

85 


17 
13 


1 204 

1 079 

125 


37 
24 
13 


1 802 

1 359 

443 


10 

7 
3 


809 
710 
99 


45 
26 
19 


3 354 
(01 
(01 


16 
14 
2 


506 
(Dl 
(Dl 


27 
23 
29 


" 


1 027 


2 


(Dl 


7 


3,1 


3 


108 


2 


(Dl 


6 


167 


2 


(01 


4 


1 676 


- 


- 


30 


6 


914 


4 


795 


5 


296 


1 


(Dl 


- 


- 


4 


134 


1 


(01 


5 


433 


- 


- 


31 


17 
10 

7 


2 471 

2 199 

272 


3 

3 


2 395 
2 395 


19 
12 

7 


992 
707 
285 


5 
5 


166 
166 


? 


319 

319 


32 

13 
19 


515 
231 
284 


3 
3 


(01 
(01 


20 
15 
5 


1 369 

(Dl 
(Dl 


8 
6 
2 


(Dl 
37 
(Dl 


32 
33 

34 


2t 


2 304 


7 


577 


20 


1 098 


1 


(Dl 


4 


(01 


19 


393 


6 


308 


18 


1 373 


2 


(Dl 


35 


12 


1 385 


1 


(Dl 


13 


608 


4 


165 


3 


73 


13 


357 


5 


212 


5 


(Dl 


- 


- 


35 


90 

2 

7 
14 


49 540 

(Dl 

(0) 

1 028 

7 688 


45 

2 
8 


33 766 

(Dl 
12 225 


152 
2 
1 
11 
15 


17 570 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 653 

2 203 


67 
4 
15 


7 706 

433 

1 281 


65 

3 
3 

17 


6 936 

120 

162 

1 445 


111 
1 
2 
6 
13 


7 063 
(Dl 
(01 
230 

1 531 


36 

1 
I 
1 
7 


9 769 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

1 382 


136 
2 
7 
3 
27 


7 136 
(Dl 
321 
76 

1 543 


31 

7 
6 
15 


4 837 

151 
103 
631 


37 
38 
39 

40 
41 


8 
20 


3 113 
13 541 


12 

14 


6 568 
10 480 


16 
30 


1 445 
4 245 


8 
18 


760 
1 Oil 


13 

7 


756 

1 121 


19 
23 


820 
1 470 


^ 


(01 
3 085 


19 
27 


1 359 
1 525 


8 
14 


(Dl 
(Dl 


43 


7 

9 
19 


9 134 

6 506 
3 898 


5 


150 
(01 


10 

9 
58 


2 163 

1 161 

3 812 


13 
1 
3 

5 


3 605 
(01 
292 
(Dl 


10 

1 

11 


1 784 
(Dl 

(01 


9 

2 
5 
31 


962 

(01 

213 

1 571 


2 

1 

3 
8 


(Dl 

(Dl 

427 

1 377 


12 

1 
4 
34 


829 

(01 
(01 

1 119 


8 
23 


159 
439 


45 
45 
47 
48 


6 


859 


4 


349 


6 


406 


- 


- 


1 


(01 


6 


168 


3 


95 


8 


(01 


- 


- 


49 


22 
9 
13 


2 439 

1 736 

703 


6 

2 


2 125 

,D1 
(Dl 


26 

15 
11 


1 836 

1 554 

282 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


4 
3 
1 


336 

(01 
(Dl 


24 
10 

14 


543 
351 
192 


4 
3 

1 


363 

(Dl 
(01 


13 
7 
6 


(01 
486 
(01 


2 
2 


10 
(Dl 
(Dl 


50 
51 
52 


9 


1 462 


11 


1 705 


18 


1 041 


3 


110 


4 


199 


10 


536 


4 


272 


5 


(01 


- 


- 


53 


41 
23 
18 


7 298 
5 202 
2 096 


24 
15 
9 


6 439 
5 217 
1 222 


50 
26 
24 


2 930 
1 653 
1 277 


19 
14 

5 


1 285 

1 070 

215 


23 

15 
8 


1 065 
806 
259 


53 
35 
18 


1 156 
746 

410 


13 

8 
5 


907 
626 

281 


61 
38 
23 


5 983 
1 557 

4 426 


8 
4 


464 
438 
26 


54 
55 
56 


2 


ID> 


7 


817 


5 


700 


1 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 


7 


207 


1 


(Dl 


7 


619 


- 


- 


57 


34 
21 
13 


9 705 
7 995 
1 710 


23 

17 
6 


7 980 

7 266 

714 


41 
25 
16 


3 188 

2 284 

904 


14 
14 


1 772 
(01 
(01 


27 
24 

3 


2 203 

2 100 

103 


79 
62 
17 


2 827 

1 890 

937 


13 
10 

3 


1 333 

1 153 
180 


57 
45 
12 


3 459 

3 007 

452 


12 
6 
6 


1 174 
(01 
(01 


53 
59 
60 


13 


1 158 


10 


1 741 


8 


445 


5 


195 


2 


(Dl 


17 


351 


2 


(01 


13 


1 623 


- 


- 


51 


18 


1 510 


9 


3 651 


19 


861 


3 


112 


2 


(01 


19 


538 


4 


284 


10 


(01 


- 


- 


52 


7 


1 693 


6 


1 793 


9 


497 


5 


203 


4 


229 


8 


378 


3 


(Dl 


10 


406 


2 


(01 


53 



18-12 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



LYON COUNTY 

EMPORIA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MCPHERSON COUNTY . . • 

LINOSBORG 

MCPHERSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARION COUNTY 



MARSHALL COUNTY. . . . 

MARYSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MEADE COUNTY 



lAMI COUNTY 

OSA*ATOMIE 

PAOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MITCHELL COUNTY. . . . 

BELOIT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . 

CANEY 

CHERRYVALE 

COFFEYVILLE 

INDEPENDENCE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MORRIS COUNTY 

COUNCIL SROVE. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MORTON COUNTY. 
NEMAHA COUNTY. 



NEOSHO COUNTY 

CHANUTE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



NESS COUNTY. 



NORTON COUNTY 

NORTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



OSAGE COUNTY . 
OSBORNE COUNTY 
OTTAWA COUNTY. 



PAWNEE COUNTY 

LARNED 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



PHILLIPS COUNTY. . . • 
PHILLIPS8URG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. 



PRATT COUNTY 

PRATT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RAWLINS COUNTY 



RENO COUNTY 

HUTCHINSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



REPUBLIC COUNTY. . . . 

BELLEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RICE COUNTY 

LYONS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RILEY COUNTY 

MANHATTAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



ROOKS COUNTY 

PLAINVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero, 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC majot S'oup 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1.000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1.000) 



20 6«8 
11 260 
9 388 



18 812 

7 306 

8 955 

2 551 

17 907 
10 607 

7 300 

58 968 

3 608 
2 952 

28 513 

22 399 

1 1*96 

8 236 

5 968 

2 268 

6 163 
17 190 

23 2m 
17 312 

5 902 



12 189 

11 001 

1 488 

12 835 
9 tl9 

7 178 

It 507 
12 198 

2 009 

It 070 

8 619 
5 251 



21 760 
19 397 
2 383 



90 tt9 
71 823 
16 626 

11 967 

8 19t 
3 793 

15 275 

9 236 

6 037 

t5 362 
to t26 
t 93t 

12 290 
5 188 

7 102 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



38 tt5 
33 701 

t 7tt 

33 270 

t 013 
22 222 
7 035 



19 72t 
10 956 
8 768 



17 728 
6 916 
8 567 

2 2t5 

17 529 
10 559 

6 970 

56 836 

3 528 
2 792 

27 t73 

21 981 
1 062 

7 7t2 
5 792 
1 950 

5 713 

15 736 

22 t70 

16 950 
5 520 



11 961 

10 6t3 
1 318 

11 t75 
9 103 
6 5tt 

It 015 

12 018 
1 997 

13 828 
6 739 
5 089 



21 290 
19 255 
2 035 



87 tt9 
69 783 
17 666 

11 579 

7 992 
3 587 

It 599 

8 83t 
5 765 

t3 718 
39 37t 
t 3tt 

11 932 

5 156 

6 776 



t 336 

3 662 
t7t 

3 til 
32t 

2 t73 
61t 



1 67t 

1 Olt 

660 



1 57t 
600 
795 
179 

1 t27 
882 
5t5 

6 038 
302 
222 

3 03t 

2 373 



Payroll. 
worl(week 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



107 



5t2 

1 201 

2 063 
1 556 

507 



1 032 
932 
100 

992 

782 
558 



2 261 

2 132 

129 



10 too 
8 736 
1 66t 

I 037 
798 
239 

1 379 
86t 
495 

5 105 

t 729 

376 

932 

t03 
529 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 
(number) 



8t 923 
75 883 
9 OtO 

67 65t 
7 128 
48 110 



32 003 
19 306 
12 695 



30 774 
11 762 
15 347 
3 665 

27 292 
17 465 
9 827 

121 256 
5 882 

5 369 
62 448 
45 549 

2 008 

10 502 

6 892 
1 610 

10 734 

23 615 

40 193 
30 663 
9 330 



20 827 
18 936 
1 891 

18 927 

15 726 

11 357 

28 550 
25 376 
3 174 

17 943 

12 9t2 
5 001 



tl 088 
38 778 
2 310 



197 523 
166 103 
31 t20 

19 581 
15 060 
t 521 

26 883 
17 103 
9 780 

107 027 
100 275 

6 752 

IB 356 

7 39t 
10 962 



1 523 
1 353 

170 

I 13t 
149 
757 
228 



unincor 

porated 

businesses 



500 
264 
216 



Kind-of-business group 



Lurrber, building 
matis,, hardware, 
farm equip dealers 



Estab 

lish- 

ments 

(number) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores " 



($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



84 


9 


69 


10 


170 


19 


8t 


11 


86 


8 


287 


22 


208 


12 


79 


10 


130 


17 


53 


5 


77 


12 



2 809 

2 toe 

tOl 

5 t71 

(01 

2 641 



3 412 

1 009 

2 403 

1 482 

1 937 
ID) 
807 

(Dl 

4 100 

1 973 

2 127 

5 377 
261 
397 

2 275 

2 225 
219 

1 307 
923 
384 

1 015 

3 012 

2 402 
1 276 
1 126 



1 549 

1 317 
232 

2 556 
2 208 

1 635 

2 t8t 
2 lt6 

338 

2 293 

1 t87 
806 

1 685 

2 531 

2 327 
20t 



8 t96 
t 182 
4 316 

1 394 

1 051 
343 

2 07t 

1 369 

705 

3 791 

2 983 

808 

2 558 

9t9 

1 609 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-13 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 



Kindofbiisiness group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish 
ments 


Sales 




(number) 


($1000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




■ 37 
27 
10 


8 915 

8 1(79 
1*36 


21 
20 

1 


7 328 

(D) 
(01 


58 
38 
20 


4 540 
2 418 
2 122 


17 
17 


1 556 
1 666 


18 
18 


1 429 
1 429 


48 

43 
5 


2 325 

2 013 

312 


11 

8 

3 


1 430 
1407 


55 
11 


4 290 
2 802 
1 488 


11 
7 


788 
(0) 
(01 


1 


30 
3 
15 
12 


7 20"* 

968 

t 763 

1 173 


19 

2 
12 

5 


7 375 
101 

5 831 
(0) 


39 

7 
22 
10 


2 809 
389 

1 542 
878 


13 

3 
9 
1 


1 213 
(01 

1 084 
(Dl 


17 
5 
9 

3 


1 823 
139 

1 489 
195 


42 
8 
16 
18 


1 579 
334 
944 
301 


12 
2 

5 
5 


1 079 
10) 
798 
(D) 


39 

3 
21 

15 


3 425 

77 

1 528 

1 820 


15 
2 

12 
2 


428 
IDl 
416 
(Dl 


i 

7 


30 


3 1(65 


11 


6 407 


32 


2 221 


8 


256 


9 


480 


37 


755 


6 


343 


27 


2 218 


5 


30 


e 


26 
8 
18 


"t 278 
2 201 
2 077 


17 
11 


4 253 
3 369 

884 


36 
12 

24 


2 132 

941 
1 191 


10 
5 
5 


460 
336 
124 


10 

7 
3 


489 
101 
IDl 


40 
15 
24 


887 
441 
446 


6 
3 
3 


640 
434 
205 


36 
22 

14 


2 419 

938 

1 481 


13 
9 


275 
(0) 
(0) 


5 
ic 

1 


8 


1 679 


4 


1 222 


10 


893 


3 


189 


3 


133 


10 


389 


4 


286 


7 


362 


- 


- 


1: 


30 

a 

7 
12 


5 234 

2 347 

2 280 

607 


22 

12 

7 
3 


4 005 
(0) 

2 007 
ID) 


39 
9 
16 
14 


2 077 
741 
910 
426 


19 
8 
9 
2 


1 420 
715 
(Dl 
(Dl 


12 
5 

5 
2 


948 
(D) 
465 
ID) 


25 
5 

13 
6 


708 
232 
315 
151 


6 
3 

2 
1 


589 
281 
ID) 
ID) 


26 
7 

16 
3 


1 215 
229 
949 
38 


7 
2 
3 
2 


31 

ID) 
23 
ID) 


1: 

14 
IE 
It 


17 
10 

7 


2 1(25 

1 859 

566 


6 

2 


4 850 
(D) 
ID) 


16 
5 

11 


1 397 
289 

1 108 


7 
7 


294 
294 


9 
5 
3 


603 
351 
252 


22 
10 

12 


629 
280 
349 


7 
3 
4 


451 
308 
153 


25 
13 
12 


2 131 

1 491 

540 


5 
3 
2 


205 
IDl 
ID) 


17 
18 
19 


70 
7 
3 
31 
22 
7 


13 992 

79it 

697 

7 U8H 

4 671 

316 


43 

3 

21 
13 
2 


10 276 

(Dl 

223 

4 732 

4 100 

(Dl 


78 
6 
9 
32 
26 
5 


4 975 

438 

393 

2 392 

1 501 

251 


40 
2 
1 
19 
18 


3 586 

(01 

(Dl 

2 408 

1 119 

IDl 


30 
2 
1 

18 
9 


2 605 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 490 
992 


80 
6 
9 
34 
20 
11 


2 313 
131 
234 

1 178 
579 
191 


21 

2 
2 
9 
7 
1 


2 322 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 078 
884 
(Dl 


89 
8 

38 
31 
8 


6 932 
299 
682 

1 484 

4 019 

448 


10 
1 
2 
5 
1 


747 
(D) 
(Dl 
405 
10) 


20 
21 
22 
22 

24 
25 


13 

8 
5 


1 729 

1 314 

415 


7 
6 
1 


1 874 
(0) 
IDl 


13 
9 


713 
556 
157 


4 


253 
253 


1 
1 


(0) 
(Dl 


11 
8 

3 


282 
253 
29 


5 
2 
3 


171 
(Dl 
ID) 


16 
6 
10 


1 545 

447 

1 098 


2 
2 


10) 
(Dl 


26 
2" 
2E 


3 


(0) 


4 


1 207 


9 


1 009 


5 


195 


- 


- 


9 


547 


4 


273 


5 


(Dl 


- 


- 


i<i 


21 


2 951 


17 


2 883 


32 


2 519 


11 


553 


6 


350 


33 


734 


7 


542 


28 


2 665 


- 


- 


3C 


30 
19 

11 


4 636 

3 930 

706 


24 
IB 
6 


5 174 

4 359 

815 


27 
15 
12 


1 556 

1 008 

548' 


14 
13 
1 


829 
(01 
ID) 


15 
11 

4 


1 009 
915 
94 


36 
25 
10 


757 
535 
222 


5 
4 
1 


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65 
65 



18-14 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
worliweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind of-business group 



Lumber, building 
matis,, hardware, 
farm equip dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number 



Sales 
($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number 



RUSH COUNTY 

RUSSELL COUNTY . . . . 

RUSSELL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SALINE COUNTY 

SALINA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SCOTT COUNTY 

SCOTT CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SEDGWICK COUNTY. . . . 
DERBY 

HAYSVILLE 

HULVANE (PART I' . . . 
VALLEY CENTER . . . 

WICHITA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SEWARD COUNTY 

LIBERAL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHAWNEE COUNTY . . . . 

TOPEKA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHERIDAN COUNTY. . . . 

SHERMAN COUNTY . . . . 

GOOOLAND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SMITH COUNTY 

STAFFORD COUNTY. . . . 

STANTON COUNTY . . . . 

STEVENS COUNTY . . . . 

HUGOTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SUMNER COUNTY 

MULVANE (PARTI'. . . 

WELLINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

THOMAS COUNTY 

COLBY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

TREGO COUNTY 

WAKEENEY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WABAUNSEE COUNTY . . . 

WALLACE COUNTY . . . . 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. . . 

WICHITA COUNTY . . . . 

WILSON COUNTY 

FREDONIA 

NEODESHA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WOODSON COUNTY . . . . 

WYANDOTTE COUNTY . . . 
BONNER SPRINGS . . . 

KANSAS CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



14 820 
U 957 

2 863 

88 990 
85 826 

3 15t 

10 083 

9 76« 

319 

■t72 833 
8 459 
3 385 

1 504 

2 472 
417 567 

39 426 

35 246 

34 079 

1 167 

196 024 
183 419 
12 605 



13 803 

13 428 

375 



7 878 
6 851 
1 027 

31 712 
3 405 
15 187 
13 120 

13 109 
11 450 
1 659 

6 305 
5 366 

939 

5 892 

3 070 

11 549 

4 965 

12 991 

7 176 
4 859 

956 



194 046 

7 362 

144 732 

41 952 



14 556 

11 779 
2 777 

87 850 
85 064 

2 786 

9 957 

9 678 

279 

463 491 
8 459 

3 343 

1 214 

2 342 
410 745 

37 388 

34 572 

33 503 

1 059 

191 464 
179 439 

12 025 



13 575 

13 292 

283 

8 412 

7 858 



7 594 

6 617 

977 

30 862 
3 405 
15 139 
12 338 

12 841 
11 248 
1 593 



5 660 

2 926 

11 045 
4 925 

12 657 
7 094 
4 717 

855 



188 520 

7 182 

141 206 

40 132 



1 362 

1 189 

173 

10 233 

9 906 
327 



35 

54 913 
747 
300 
103 
160 

49 794 
3 809 



24 203 

22 957 

1 246 



2 788 

282 

1 499 

1 007 



70 

420 

218 

1 015 

448 

966 

544 
362 



21 835 

667 

16 965 

4 204 



25 290 
22 226 

3 064 

190 275 

183 935 

5 340 

15 168 

15 346 

842 

080 325 
14 471 
5 967 
1 928 
3 435 
973 398 
81 126 

70 103 

68 176 

1 927 

457 804 
429 771 
28 033 



23 528 

23 115 

413 

13 774 

13 670 

6 061 

13 092 

11 409 
1 583 

53 460 

5 991 
28 038 
19 431 

23 443 
21 702 

1 741 

12 110 
9 939 

2 171 

7 815 
4 395 

19 522 

9 786 

18 565 
10 400 

6 993 
1 172 



415 280 
14 053 

322 591 
79 536 



3 189 

3 034 

155 



17 233 

240 
111 



7 517 

7 085 

432 



399 
220 
143 



170 
6 049 



92 


11 


77 


10 


15 


1 


102 


15 


89 


10 


24 


6 


70 


10 


57 


9 


13 


1 


289 


25 


12 


1 


104 


11 


173 


13 


117 


23 


99 


19 


18 


4 


77 


9 


55 


8 


22 


1 


85 


14 


23 


7 


132 


23 


22 


5 


152 


16 


72 


8 


54 


4 


26 


■• 


87 


12 


180 


54 


47 


6 


855 


38 


277 


10 



549 I 



1 


184 




789 




395 


7 


780 


5 


782 




998 


? 


??7 


2 


227 


23 


201 




(Dl 




ID) 




ID) 




160 


19 


193 


3 


622 



13 577 
11 934 
1 543 



1 037 
545 
283 
209 



8 101 

905 

5 480 

1 716 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table, 
"tlulvane is in Sedgwick and Sumnet Counties. 



AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-15 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-contmued 









Kind-of-busmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
(iealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




11 


1 334 


3 


(01 


6 


855 


5 


196 


2 


(01 


16 


435 


5 


252 


11 


561 


6 


74 


1 


15 
9 
6 


3 29it 

2 757 

537 


14 
8 
5 


3 544 

2 547 

897 


29 
23 
5 


1 840 

1 507 

333 


5 
5 


941 
941 


6 
6 


726 
725 


30 
19 

11 


805 
589 
216 


7 
4 

3 


552 
(01 
(01 


18 

11 

7 


984 
550 
424 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


2 
3 
4 


35 
9 


15 301 

11 923 

378 


41 
39 

2 


17 835 
101 

(D) 


79 
73 
5 


5 737 

6 480 
257 


32 

32 


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3 768 


32 
32 


3 108 

3 108 


113 
95 
18 


4 674 

3 919 

755 


15 
14 

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1 853 
(01 
(01 


87 
75 

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5 345 

(01 


27 
25 
2 


1 900 
(01 

(Dl 


5 
6 

7 


8 
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2 


2 701 
ID) 

(01 


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6 

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465 
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372 


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191 
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101 275 
2 895 
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130 
886 
87 37"t 
(D) 


212 
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159 

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117 752 

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484 
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500 

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204 
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32 795 
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174 

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10 534 

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11 
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13 

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6 862 
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25 
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15 
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1 556 
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22 
22 


2 091 
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48 
42 
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1 984 

1 755 

228 


5 

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1 039 
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36 
30 
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2 200 

2 109 

91 


7 

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18 
19 
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98 
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43 102 
40 375 
2 727 


73 
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38 352 

37 247 

1 115 


195 
171 

24 


16 175 
14 527 
1 548 


75 
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11 647 
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53 

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11 029 
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223 

202 
21 


11 416 
10 342 
1 074 


43 
43 


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236 

219 

17 


13 473 

12 483 

990 


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749 

653 
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440 
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8 
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15 
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16 

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1 359 
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454 
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676 
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480 
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20 
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38 
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1 281 

1 141 

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147 
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543 
441 
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361 


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41 
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1 198 


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871 


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675 


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144 


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157 


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547 


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469 


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603 


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6 

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1 472 

1 632 

159 


13 

9 

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2 999 
1 803 
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23 
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1 448 
514 
395 

439 


11 

4 

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491 
233 
258 


11 
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468 
223 
245 


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242 
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(01 


3 
3 


18 
18 


48 
49 
50 
51 


8 


1 255 


5 


1 123 


11 


690 


3 


(01 


3 


155 


14 


304 


2 


(0) 


14 


500 


- 


(01 


52 


188 
10 
133 

«5 


48 383 

1 438 

28 064 

18 881 


85 
3 
64 
18 


53 562 
(D) 

49 344 
(01 


232 
6 

154 
72 


18 429 

490 

11 750 

6 189 


58 

3 
47 
8 


8 338 

199 

6 343 

1 796 


71 
3 

52 
16 


9 683 

(0) 

8 522 

(01 


285 

224 
57 


10 491 

193 

7 703 

2 595 


50 
2 

39 
9 


9 213 
(0) 

6 888 
(01 


162 
3 

129 
30 


9 950 
(0) 

6 931 
(01 


52 

2 
40 
20 


4 982 
(Dl 

3 625 
(01 


53 
54 
55 
56 



18-16 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



KANSAS Cin, MO.-KANS,SMSA 



RETAIL TRADE t TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT> GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALEKS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS. STORES . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No«. 15 

(number) 



Consists of Cass, Clay, Jackson, and Platte Counties, Mo., and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties, tons. 



534 
138 
118 



392 

138 
118 



62 915 
25 181 
3 656 
1 504 
9 312 
603 
11 625 
11 002 



227 223 

185 001 

22 929 

15 7l"t 

1 330 

1 219 



352 701 

338 312 

2 951 

35« 

911 

2 403 

2 3«« 

4 001 

2 679 

1 322 



323 919 
268 235 

240 032 

7 414 
20 789 
22 516 
14 161 

8 566 
10 441 

5 625 
ID) 
<D) 



98 518 

13 748 

13 402 

345 

38 931 

31 575 

7 355 

987 



390 
730 
400 



61 429 
25 055 
3 564 
1 430 
8 996 
527 
11 131 
10 726 



225 757 

185 001 

22 873 

15 544 

1 200 

1 149 



345 085 

332 250 

2 329 

(D) 

591 

2 149 

2 256 

3 879 
2 627 
1 252 

ID) 
1 247 



318 795 
268 235 
240 032 

7 414 
20 789 
17 836 
13 789 

8 555 
10 359 

5 594 
(D) 
(D) 



97 850 

13 582 

13 264 

318 

38 729 
31 393 
7 336 

977 



33 431 
27 155 
3 914 
2 032 



30 173 

28 109 

224 



281 
286 
939 

710 
229 



29 142 

23 460 

20 218 

1 050 



304 
120 
835 
475 



17 022 
2 520 

2 454 



7 029 
5 722 

1 307 
169 



158 402 

55 911 

9 327 

4 813 

27 525 
2 779 

28 136 
19 811 



605 236 
492 085 
71 070 
37 025 



588 279 
544 418 

4 787 
(D) 
928 

5 853 
5 071 

19 578 
14 722 

4 655 
101 

4 512 



571 452 

460 676 

403 571 

19 118 

37 967 

25 733 

43 180 

25 025 

15 838 

9 655 

CD) 

(D) 



318 330 

44 910 

43 589 

1 221 

138 354 
113 202 
25 152 



120 
343 
251 



5 181 
3 987 
3 495 
173 
319 
282 
467 
281 
154 
110 



(D) 



2 767 
2 352 

415 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-17 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-contin 



ued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No«. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



KANSAS CITY, MO,-KANS., SMSA-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAIN' UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES ... 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL I 657 

EATING PLACES 1 167 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 812 

CAFETERIAS 

KEFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 1 152 

LIQUOR STORES 222 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 155 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES ..... 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



62 911 

3« 161 

23 381 

6 871 

1 707 

«33 

1 769 

16 549 

6 209 

5 992 

532 

5 160 



ill 183 

88 099 

62 001 

9 853 

13 590 

2 655 

23 08« 



77 733 
71 850 
2 683 



97 168 

22 853 

12 622 

681 

11 9tl 
3 193 

1 119 

2 311 

3 680 
3 521 

159 
9 76« 
3 318 
1 301 

12 125 
« 367 

224 



51 



"t 895 

937 

1 299 

1 909 

4 783 

3 128 

431 

850 

1 789 
721 
130 

2 773 



148 436 

115 353 

16 702 

16 381 



60 621 
32 609 
22 353 



108 367 

86 731 

61 041 

9 849 

13 322 

2 519 

21 636 



76 869 
74 076 
2 793 



91 546 

21 431 

11 928 
307 

11 621 

3 443 

1 149 

2 294 

3 424 
(01 
(D> 

9 268 

3 230 
1 291 

11 673 

4 149 
(0) 
(D) 



4 821 

807 

1 243 

1 615 

4 585 

3 054 

431 

568 

1 725 

721 



143 532 

115 323 

15 688 

12 521 



9 653 
5 633 
3 835 

1 036 
359 
(D) 
(D) 

2 220 
880 
920 



28 603 
24 807 
18 030 
3 130 

2 859 
788 

3 796 



11 236 

10 955 

281 



12 158 

1 222 

2 379 

39 
2 340 
498 
113 
385 



(Dl 
10] 
479 
330 
175 
1 817 
825 
(Dl 
(Dl 



27 388 
22 579 
2 045 
2 764 



191 257 

114 343 

79 166 

20 073 

6 678 

(Dl 

(Dl 

41 919 

17 101 

17 894 

1 720 

16 174 



556 325 
480 147 
347 565 
50 363 
55 976 
16 243 
76 178 



217 589 

211 422 

6 157 



234 545 
23 127 
42 544 
834 
41 810 
9 436 
2 149 
7 287 



(Dl 
8 700 
5 568 
2 936 
35 623 
15 642 
(Dl 



19 599 

1 840 
4 967 

4 789 
15 909 
12 090 

2 859 
2 115 

5 580 
1 922 

195 

8 531 



533 176 
442 342 
39 120 
51 714 



11 866 

10 402 

7 298 

1 321 

1 467 
316 

1 454 



1 595 

1 090 

793 



8 243 

7 167 

372 

704 



18-18 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-cont 



mued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number! 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1.0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

524 
5251 
5252 



SH3 

545 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



561 t 567 

561 

567 

562-3 t 568 
562 

563 1 568 

563 I 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUft ING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ■ 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN. S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not a 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Coextensive with Shawnee County, Kans. 



25 383 
19 548 
3 811 
1 427 



38 362 
30 442 
21 854 



U 647 
2 022 
2 022 



lilable. (X) Not applicable. 



25 343 
19 548 
3 811 
1 427 



38 000 
30 442 
21 854 



11 559 
1 964 
1 964 



4 055 

3 107 

708 



3 861 

3 044 
2 143 



1 757 
346 
346 



82 071 
63 546 
13 106 
4 094 



29 896 
6 677 
6 677 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-19 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



Continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



TOPEKA SMSA-Conlinued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURMTUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERTi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINAi GLASSWAREi METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 



11 029 
3 «62 
3 219 



13 ((73 

4 610 

1 094 

10(( 

990 

398 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



10 8((3 
3 322 
3 089 



10 8((0 
9 9((S 
6 3((9 

1 168 

2 092 
336 
895 



12 181 

3 832 

918 



819 


819 


5b5 


547 


230 


208 


695 


1 695 


546 


546 



2 620 

2 506 

1 619 

400 



1 407 
185 
130 



30 100 
11 368 
10 283 



62 219 
49 782 
32 713 



27 746 
3 792 
2 890 



(D) 
(D) 
729 
796 
482 
5 975 
1 074 



1 276 
1 208 
771 
186 
216 
35 
68 



201 
160 
107 



18-20 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

524 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 I 



543 
544 
545 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



55 EX.554 



561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3 1568 
562 

563.558 
563 1 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HAirDWAKE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYi NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES • 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S' BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . c 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . c 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

• OMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



Consists of Butler and Sedgwick Counties, Kans. 



13 968 

1 185 

315 

1 913 



62 393 
49 975 
8 185 
3 168 

519 

546 



111 350 

109 426 

510 



132 041 

93 958 

76 680 

3 070 
14 208 

11 277 
7 962 

6 346 

12 498 

7 533 

4 965 



25 992 
13 968 

1 171 
265 

1 907 



62 221 
49 975 
8 185 
3 072 
507 



482 



109 328 

107 490 

510 



130 625 

93 912 

76 534 

3 070 
14 208 
10 287 

7 744 

6 345 
12 335 

7 433 

4 903 



43 441 


41 759 


25 579 


26 511 


2 590 


2 584 


2 497 


ID) 


93 


(Dl 


7 668 


7 558 


6 302 


5 302 


1 366 


1 356 


217 


217 



1 

59 502 I 1 170 998 



8 919 

7 126 

1 327 

359 



12 047 
8 107 
6 379 

373 
1 356 

612 
1 382 

825 
1 121 

747 

374 



56 331 
29 341 

3 520 
1 044 
5 288 



178 222 

142 647 

25 960 

7 350 

1 019 

1 246 



229 697 

154 325 

121 244 

7 273 

25 808 

12 432 

26 541 
15 662 
20 737 

13 403 
7 334 



415 


77 859 


384 


5 499 


(Ul 


ID) 


10) 


IDI 


345 


24 692 


146 


21 205 


200 


3 487 


44 


675 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-21 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No« 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



WICHITA SMSA-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 
TOTAL 

furniture. home furnishings stores 

Furniture stores 

FLOOR covering STORES 

ORAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 662 570 

EATING PLACES 535 t75 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 378 3311 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPrLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS ' 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS • 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS ■ 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES ■ 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS ■ 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES . . ■ 

TYPEWRITER STORES ■ 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES • 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS ' 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES ■ 

PET SHOPS ' 

OTHER ■ 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES < 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS ^ 

DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . . 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available, (X) Not applicable, 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



22 155 
10 568 
7 908 

1 898 
471 
206 

82 
7 026 

2 936 
1 625 



29 855 
26 582 
19 719 



18 779 

18 365 

itlU 



37 285 
11 950 
2 525 
14 
2 181 
2 103 
861 
1 512 



(Dl 
IDl 
5 195 
1 311 
362 
3 130 
1 116 



556 
778 
303 
153 
502 
156 



11 205 

1 033 

3 617 

6 555 



6 751 
2 880 
1 625 



28 717 
25 868 
19 239 

1 120 
5 030 

179 

2 819 



18 729 

18 365 

361 



35 139 
11 211 
2 217 



(D) 
ID) 
5 083 
1 289 
352 
3 318 
1 416 



2 991 

1 172 

1 112 

311 



6 672 
6 226 
1 823 
319 
933 
121 
116 



3 766 
589 
321 



1 787 
100 
365 

1 322 



62 215 

28 111 

21 801 

5 331 

528 

(D) 

ID) 

17 515 

11 901 

1 652 



141 564 

132 765 

103 853 

6 799 

18 057 

4 056 

8 799 



54 015 

53 355 

660 



76 971 
12 027 
7 071 



(01 
IDI 

5 024 
1 549 

837 

6 666 
6 162 



IDI 



1 281 

2 333 

1 651 

555 



34 158 
1 672 
7 300 

25 186 



509 
309 
562 



666 

543 
399 



18-22 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




JOHNSON COUNTY 






















888 


680 


177 007 


172 723 

7 521 
3 155 
1 498 
1 200 
1 758 


IB 454 

934 
370 
244 
140 
180 


378 652 

18 197 
8 085 
4 531 
2 580 
2 900 


5 876 

216 
71 
52 
46 
37 


731 

49 
18 
13 

14 
4 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


521 

522-52« 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


15 

24 
17 
9 


13 

20 

15 

7 


3 173 
1 590 
1 250 
I 806 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


40 
5 
16 
18 


38 
6 
16 
16 


24 865 

21 311 

2 676 

878 


24 845 

21 311 

2 676 

858 


2 855 

2 333 

431 

92 


56 151 

46 485 

7 683 

1 982 


1 052 
820 
190 
42 


27 

8 
19 


5 "4 
5«1 
542 
543 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


90 
53 
3 

1 
3 
20 


78 
57 
1 
1 
3 
16 


49 540 

47 504 

433 

(D) 

(D) 

1 094 


48 904 
47 260 
ID> 
(D> 
IDI 
994 


4 182 
3 898 

ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
212 


85 929 
78 504 

ID) 

IDI 

IDI 

4 734 


1 156 

981 
(Dl 
(D) 
(0) 
94 


55 
38 

(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
10 






45 


31 


33 766 


33 332 


2 266 


48 313 


486 


24 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 






152 


130 


17 570 


16 952 


1 741 


39 016 


538 






APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 








67 
12 
27 
22 

5 
5 
16 

7 


65 
10 
27 
22 

5 
5 
16 

7 


7 706 

1 275 

2 855 
2 524 

331 
1 785 
1 495 

296 


7 660 

1 235 

2 855 
2 524 

331 
1 785 
1 489 

295 


1 080 
215 
398 
341 
57 
254 
179 
34 


22 575 
3 334 
9 871 
8 820 
1 051 
5 231 
3 415 
723 


496 
50 
277 
258 
19 
86 
67 
16 




561.557 
562-3.568 


HEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


5 

17 
IS 


563.568 
565 
566 
564.569 


WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


2 
3 
12 
S 






















57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


65 
38 
27 


45 
22 
23 


6 936 
4 323 
2 613 


5 692 

4 185 
2 507 


976 
624 
352 


19 269 
11 553 
7 715 


215 
128 

87 


48 
29 
19 


58 
5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


111 
96 
15 


93 

86 

7 


7 063 

6 714 

349 


6 869 

6 588 

281 


1 851 

1 831 

30 


36 584 
35 942 

642 


842 
824 
18 


97 
80 
17 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT(591] 
591 ( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


36 
34 
2 


34 
32 

2 


9 769 
ID) 

ID) 


9 675 
(D) 
(Dl 


1 545 
(0) 
ID) 


29 732 
(D) 
(D) 


483 
ID) 
IDI 


20 
101 

IDI 


59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

595 

597 

598 

599 


TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER iTORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


136 
24 
11 
7 
12 
13 
13 

56 


94 
22 

3 
3 
8 
9 
9 

40 


7 136 

1 768 

117 

227 

723 

1 372 
778 

2 151 


6 290 
1 555 

ID) 
ID) 
605 
1 284 
740 

1 743 


707 
102 
IDI 
IDI 
112 
101 
102 

263 


14 373 
2 429 
ID) 
ID) 
2 219 
1 804 
1 884 

5 545 


253 
53 

IDI 
(Dl 
34 
22 
32 

97 


134 
26 
101 
(01 
13 
12 
12 

53 


53 PART* 


TOTAL 


81 


17 


4 837 


3 883 


305 


7 523 


139 


79 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Witfiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC malor group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-23 



TABLES Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contmued 



County and kind of business 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE i 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUiLDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBINGi PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE S70REb 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS! FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

HEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



2 313 

2 0«0 
273 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



3 558 
1 139 
975 
723 
252 
583 
761 



2 396 
1 235 
1 151 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now. 15 

(dollars) 



11 


249 


5 


003 


3 


013 




880 


2 


323 


15 


785 



9 687 
3 091 
2 500 

1 693 
807 

2 335 
1 761 



5 578 
2 841 
2 737 



9 587 

9 057 

520 



18 223 
875 
180 
443 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

Inumber) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittilield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



18-24 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No». 15 


Active 
proprie- 
tors oi 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




RENO COUNTY 


























90 449 


87 449 


10 400 


197 523 


3 195 


577 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 










49 
17 
10 
11 
11 


45 
17 
10 

9 


8 498 

3 S60 

893 

1 071 

2 674 


8 374 

3 860 

893 

1 029 

2 592 


1 055 
426 
188 
141 
310 


19 250 
7 827 
3 388 
2 732 
5 253 


247 
103 
35 
49 
59 


37 

11 

6 
12 
8 


521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


23 
5 
6 

12 


21 
5 
6 

10 


11 798 
7 832 

1 410 

2 556 


11 720 
7 832 

1 410 

2 478 


1 505 
977 
223 
305 


29 030 
20 277 

3 980 

4 773 


528 
353 
96 
79 


9 

3 
6 


54 
5«1 
542 
543 

544 
545-549 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MAR,<ETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


55 
41 
3 
3 
1 
7 


41 
35 
1 
1 
1 
3 


17 683 
16 837 
(01 
238 
(01 
450 


17 421 
16 595 
(Dl 
(D) 
(01 
378 


1 405 
1 236 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
96 


23 889 

21 348 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 683 


435 
401 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
25 


45 
32 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

5 






54 


36 


19 432 


18 534 


1 836 


35 689 


388 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 








98 


72 


6 460 


5 822 


551 


11 094 


204 






APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 








34 

10 
6 

5 
12 


30 
7 

10 
6 

3 
10 


6 374 

1 913 

2 482 
2 218 

264 

1 054 

925 


6 284 

1 913 

2 482 
2 218 

264 

1 014 

875 


1 084 
371 
419 
383 
36 
147 
147 


20 943 
5 619 
10 342 

9 624 

718 

2 348 

2 634 


317 
89 
145 
132 
13 
45 
38 




561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


4 
3 
2 
1 
4 
3 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 






















42 
15 
27 


34 
15 
19 


4 926 
2 684 
2 244 


4 784 
2 684 
2 100 


751 
459 
282 


14 925 
9 259 
5 556 


130 
105 
75 










572.573 


HOUSFHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


27 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 
5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


109 
91 

18 


103 
87 
16 


4 324 

3 889 

435 


4 254 
3 841 

413 


922 
872 
50 


19 294 
18 107 
1 137 


514 
476 
33 


114 
97 
17 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT(5911 

591 ( 

( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


21 
18 

3 


19 
18 

1 


2 756 
(Dl 
41 


2 735 
(Dl 
(Dl 


397 
(01 

(0) 


5 484 
(Dl 
(Dl 


109 
(01 
(Dl 


21 
(01 
(Dl 


59 EX. 591 

592 

593 

594 


TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


105 
29 
10 

7 
12 

6 

33 


85 
27 

8 
2 
5 
10 
6 

23 


7 592 

1 757 
609 
146 
249 

2 074 
527 
466 

1 754 


7 124 

1 591 
597 
(Dl 
181 

2 070 
527 
466 
IDl 


845 
105 

82 
(Dl 

24 
180 

71 

79 
(01 


15 112 

2 052 
1 376 

101 
511 

3 251 
1 336 
1 300 

(01 


262 
43 
40 

(Dl 
10 
45 
23 
15 

(01 


98 
29 

11 
(Dl 


596 
597 
598 
599 


FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


7 

5 

3 

(Dl 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


35 


9 


604 


395 


39 


313 


11 


35 



I Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avail; 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



lie. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-25 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



•Continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish 

ments with 

payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(numljer) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




SALINE COUNTY 






















525 


115 


88 990 


87 850 


10 233 


190 275 


3 189 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 








36 

10 
8 
9 


32 

9 
10 

7 


7 780 
2 631 
1 308 

1 018 

2 823 


7 696 
2 631 

1 308 
912 

2 815 


932 

358 
196 
135 
213 


17 616 
6 312 
3 917 
2 558 
1 759 


202 
70 
18 
35 
18 


21 
2 
6 
9 


521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 


19 
5 

7 
7 


19 

7 


20 059 

9 217 

<DI 

ID) 


20 059 

9 217 
ID) 
ID) 


2 113 

1 107 

ID) 

ID) 


18 215 

28 693 

ID) 

ID) 


850 
198 
(01 
ID) 


5 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


ID) 




FOOD STORES 






















11 

35 

1 

1 

7 


31 
29 

1 
1 

3 


15 301 

11 906 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 


15 121 

11 818 
ID) 
ID) 

ID) 


1 121 

1 086 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 


19 871 

19 272 

ID) 

ID) 

(D) 


311 
328 
ID) 
(0) 

ID) 


10 


511 
5U2 
5t3 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 


30 
(D) 
ID) 


515-549 


OTHER FOOD STORES 


10) 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






















11 


35 

73 


17 836 
6 737 


17 698 
6 613 


1 918 
620 


31 622 


373 
235 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


72 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 










32 
6 

16 
11 
5 
2 
8 


32 

6 
16 

11 
5 
2 
8 


3 768 
1 269 
1 532 

1 217 
285 
(D) 
ID) 


3 768 

1 269 

1 532 

1 217 

285 

ID) 

ID) 


193 
201 
167 
111 
53 
ID) 
ID) 


10 033 

1 211 
3 375 

2 361 
1 Oil 

ID) 
ID) 


175 
50 
83 
51 
22 
ID) 
ID) 




561i567 
562-3 1 568 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


5 
13 


563i568 
565 
566 
561.569 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


2 
(D) 
(D) 


























32 

12 

20 


26 
10 
16 


3 108 
1 375 
1 733 


3 016 
1 371 
1 675 


131 
153 
278 


8 373 
3 059 
5 311 


102 
39 
63 










572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


19 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 


TOTAL 


113 
92 
21 


95 
76 
19 


1 671 

1 082 

592 


1 175 

3 950 

526 


1 059 
961 
95 


21 117 
19 316 
1 801 


551 
505 


111 










DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT(59U 
591 ( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES . 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


15 
11 


15 

11 


1 853 

1 656 

197 


1 853 

1 555 

197 


212 
217 
25 


1 695 

1 215 

181 


95 
80 
15 


18 
11 


59 EX.591 


TOTAL 


87 
30 
5 
1 
3 
7 
6 

30 


81 
26 
6 
1 
3 
7 
5 

28 


10) 

1 511 

366 

10) 

111 

1 501 

656 

320 

1 366 


101 

1 163 

366 

ID) 

111 

1 501 

655 

320 

1 358 


10) 
108 

12 
(D) 

17 
102 
105 

83 
223 


ID) 
2 026 
712 
ID) 
272 

1 763 

2 050 
1 613 

3 878 


101 
56 
20 

(01 

25 
27 
19 


ID) 








591 
595 
595 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


ID) 
3 
2 

7 


598 
599 


FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


3 
33 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


27 


3 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


ID) 


(D) 



i Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Notavailat)le. 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are sliown separately in this table. 



18-26 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 



5 Counties With 500 Establisliments or More: 1963-contmued 







Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


County and kind of business 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




SEDSWICK COUNTY 






















2 789 


2 219 


172 833 


163 191 


51 913 


1 080 325 


17 233 


2 117 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 

521 

522-521 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 


120 
38 
33 
32 

17 


106 
36 
29 
26 

15 


23 201 
13 797 
2 026 
2 799 

1 579 


22 961 
13 783 

1 976 

2 615 
1 557 


2 618 

1 522 

310 

316 

170 


19 698 
29 883 
5 911 
5 570 
8 331 


609 
352 
76 
86 
95 


81 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


17 
22 
33 
12 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


70 
10 
30 
30 


61 
10 
30 
21 


60 085 

101 

7 696 

IDI 


59 979 

(Dl 

7 696 

(01 


8 626 
101 

1 212 
(01 


172 672 

101 

21 111 

(01 


3 111 
(01 
576 
(01 


30 










MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


101 




FOOD STORES 


















51 

SKI 

5«2 

513 

541 

5"t5-5U9 


TOTAL 


211 
212 

6 
19 


195 
170 

17 


101 275 
99 152 

ID) 

IDI 
(D> 


100 085 

98 298 

(Dl 

(Dl 
(D) 


8 001 

7 716 

(Dl 

(D) 
(Dl 


155 119 

119 303 

(D) 

(Dl 
(Dl 


2 177 
2 367 

(Dl 

(Dl 
(01 


185 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 


160 
IDI 


CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 


IDI 
(01 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX. 554 




212 


158 


117 752 


116 518 


10 928 


205 966 


2 091 


111 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT(55U1 


TOTAL 


181 


112 


36 981 


35 172 


3 871 


80 262 


1 3C6 


161 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 

561 t 567 

562-3 1 568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

561.569 


TOTAL 


121 
19 

30 
11 
25 
30 
6 


118 
17 

30 
11 
23 
28 
6 


21 978 

2 237 

7 303 

(D] 

(Dl 

IDI 

1 015 

(D) 


21 910 

2 231 

7 303 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

1 009 

(01 


1 181 
328 

1 307 
(01 
IDI 
IDI 
602 
(01 


73 911 
5 138 

21 075 
IDI 
IDI 
(Dl 

10 927 
IDI 


1 301 
101 
118 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
177 
(Dl 


71 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


12 
23 




IDI 




(Dl 
IDI 


SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


18 
101 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


163 
90 

73 


119 
56 
63 


20 391 
9 581 
10 807 


19 367 
8 852 
10 515 


2 739 
1 325 

1 111 


57 508 
25 369 
32 139 


625 
303 
322 


131 
79 
52 


58 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 


603 

178 
125 


517 
121 
93 


27 139 
(Dl 
(Dl 


26 313 
IDI 
IDI 


6 192 
(01 
(01 


131 597 
101 
IDI 


3 228 
IDI 
IDI 


598 




IDI 




IDI 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT(591) 

591 ( 

( 


TOTAL 


105 
91 
11 


103 
91 
12 


17 398 

17 016 

382 


17 366 
IDI 
IDI 


2 591 
101 
IDI 


19 875 
ID) 
(Dl 


872 
IDI 
IDI 


69 


DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 


IDI 
IDI 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 

592 

593 

59U 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 


TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 


193 
180 
63 
12 
16 
28 
29 
9 
156 


391 
160 
13 
8 
12 
22 
23 
9 
HI 


32 795 

11 153 

2 110 
(Dl 
(01 

1 735 

3 276 
939 

7 097 


30 996 
10 117 

2 112 
IDI 
ID) 

1 613 

3 161 
939 

6 701 


3 113 
513 
308 
IDI 
101 
290 
367 
167 

I 133 


69 897 

11 HI 

6 790 

(D) 

IDI 

5 Oil 

6 122 
1 696 

23 713 


1 115 
271 
112 
101 
101 

67 
115 

17 
311 


191 
191 
62 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

jEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


IDI 
(Dl 
22 
22 
3 
163 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 P4RT» 


TOTAL 


171 


36 


10 531 


9 191 


1 750 


33 187 


162 


153 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Witliheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicatile. 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-27 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contmued 



County and kind of business 



SHAWNEE COUNTY 

^COEXTENSIVE WITH TOPEKA SMSAi SEE TABLE Ul 



WYANDOTTE COUNTY 



RETAIL TRAOEi TOTAL 

LUMSERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARD*AREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBINGi PAINTi ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES' INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS' FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES' VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY' NUT' CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S' BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE' RADIO. TELEVISION' MUSIC STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK' STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES' BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM' GARDEN SUPPH STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL' ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



3 447 

1 038 

2 304 
I 312 



4B 363 

46 017 

743 

264 



8 338 

1 066 

1 912 

953 

959 

3 686 

1 358 

314 



9 663 

5 303 
4 380 



10 491 
8 666 
1 825 



9 213 

8 932 
281 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



3 329 

1 006 

2 224 
1 312 



46 851 

44 653 

679 

264 



1 912 

953 

959 

3 568 

1 358 

266 



9 563 
5 197 
4 366 



9 777 
8 470 
1 307 



9 107 

8 834 

273 



362 
1 464 
1 407 

626 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



2 489 

2 327 

162 



1 149 
126 
154 



74 382 

68 404 

1 862 

399 



21 301 
3 056 
5 156 
2 774 

2 382 
9 Oil 

3 584 
494 



26 089 
14 393 
11 696 



25 945 
25 168 

777 



22 359 
2 438 

2 946 
101 

1 085 
1 953 

3 842 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



18-28 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



KANSAS CITY 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDIN5 MATERIALS' HARDWAREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD] MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

I Notes: - I^epresents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
e retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



7 125 
6 032 
1 093 



5 782 

6 509 
273 



1 721 

I 572 

119 



33 097 
30 133 

2 96U 



18 937 

18 160 

777 



15 272 
1 783 
1 665 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-29 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establisiiments or More: 1963-continued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 




TOPEKA 


1 079 

37 
13 
12 

3 

39 

5 
17 
15 

86 
75 

3 

2 
6 

65 

171 

73 
13 
28 
25 
3 
7 
19 

63 
31 
32 

202 
165 
37 

«3 
40 

3 

219 
81 

27 
5 
7 

15 

15 
3 

65 

81 


857 

31 

11 
8 
9 

3 

37 
6 
17 
14 

78 
69 

1 
2 
6 

49 

153 

69 
11 
28 
25 
3 
5 
19 
6 

45 
21 

24 

170 
147 
23 

39 
38 

1 

151 
61 
15 

5 
3 
11 
15 
3 
48 

15 


183 419 

11 934 

8 969 
1 183 

1 193 
589 

22 789 
CDI 
IDI 
IDI 

40 375 

40 001 

13 

(Dl 

(D) 

212 

37 247 

14 527 

(D) 

2 022 

3 765 
2 959 

(Dl 
ID) 

2 781 
415 

101 

(Dl 

7 567 

10 342 
(Dl 
(Dl 

9 448 
9 391 

57 

12 463 
(D) 
935 
398 
(D) 

1 149 

1 595 
(Dl 

3 075 

2 294 


179 439 

11 720 

8 953 
999 

1 169 
589 

22 749 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

40 185 

39 821 

13 

(Dl 

(Dl 

212 

36 885 

14 069 

(Dl 

1 964 
3 755 

2 959 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2 781 
415 

(Dl 

(Dl 

7 521 

9 815 
(Dl 
(01 

9 434 
(Dl 
(Dl 

11 201 
(Dl 
765 
392 
(01 
1 119 

1 695 
(Dl 

2 804 

1 654 


22 957 

2 109 
1 704 

153 
167 
85 

3 710 
ID) 
(01 
(Dl 

3 254 
3 203 

(Dl 
(01 
32 

3 803 

1 437 

(01 
346 
471 
427 
(Dl 
(01 
457 
43 

(01 
(01 

1 302 

2 360 
(Dl 
(01 

1 182 
(01 
(01 

1 295 
(01 
111 

62 
(01 

83 
302 
(Dl 
522 

294 


429 771 

36 091 
28 605 

2 883 

3 065 

1 538 

72 676 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

52 599 
61 557 

(Dl 
(Dl 
653 

65 338 

32 157 

(01 
5 677 

8 255 
7 424 

(Dl 
(01 

9 113 
739 

(01 

(01 

18 732 

45 818 
(01 
(D) 

24 204 
(0) 
(0) 

25 699 
(01 

2 497 
1 153 

(0) 

1 357 

5 975 

(01 

10 003 

5 887 


7 085 

400 

299 

35 

49 

17 

1 274 
(0) 
(Dl 
(01 

1 050 
1 026 

(Dl 
(01 
16 

682 

552 

(Dl 
103 
174 
158 
(01 
(01 
120 
18 

(Dl 
(0) 

245 

1 158 
(01 
(01 

425 
(01 
101 

454 
(01 
40 
26 
(01 
21 
87 
IDl 
153 

98 


910 




LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, HARO*ARE, 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


521 

522-52« 

5251 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING, PLUMBING, PAINT, ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 


8 
10 
9 
2 

16 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


«511 








539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


511 
5«2 
543 
5t1 
5"t5-5«9 


GROCERY STORES, INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS, FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES, VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY, NUT, CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


62 

101 

101 

5 


55PT( 5514 1 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 


101 
12 


561.567 
552-3,568 


MEN'S, BOYS' APPAREL STORES, CUSTOM TAILORS 






563,568 

565 

566 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 


(0) 
(Dl 

3 














572,573 

58 
5812 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, MUSIC STORES . 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


25 

181 
(01 


59PT(591I 
591 ( 

59 EX.591 

592 

593 

591 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 




DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK, STATIONERY STORES 


(01 

(Dl 

195 
(01 
21 

2 


596 
597 
598 
599 

53 PART» 


FARM, GARDEN SUPPLY STORES, INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 


12 

8 

(Dl 

62 

75 



i Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not a 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



18-30 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continu 



ed 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD] MARKETF, 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. SOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



2« 567 


21* 505 


2 237 


2 231 


(0) 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(0) 


(0) 


(01 


10 6U7 


10 591 



17 73") 
8 831 
8 903 



15 729 

15 132 

297 



27 038 
10 08H 
2 036 



16 990 
8 307 
8 683 



22 904 
20 373 
2 531 



25 3711 
9 3U8 
1 738 



2 503 
1 265 
1 238 



2 959 
489 
237 



52 906 
23 781 
29 125 



113 102 

105 268 

7 834 



45 348 

44 973 

375 



59 702 
9 767 
5 269 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-31 



TABLE? In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 



SIC 
code 



5812 PART 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



KANSAS 

(N-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

KANSAS CITYi MO ■ -HANS ■ i 5M5A 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi lOrAL 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOyS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

TOPEKA SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

WICHITA SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

2 

(D) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



TABLE 8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for IVlilitary Personnel 

by the U. S. Department of Defense: 1963 



[These data were collected by the Department of Defense and are not Included in an 


of the tabulations of the 1963 Census of Business) 






County 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 




TOTAL 


COMMISSARIES 




26 575 

e 655 
517 
5 238 
3 3U6 
3 935 
"4 85U 


3 173 

1 17U 
105 
765 
3'40 
332 
U57 


959 

327 
19 

278 
69 
81 

112 


59 303 

20 286 
1 960 

U 168 
6 702 
6 813 
9 311 


13 173 
3 792 

2 653 

1 908 

2 336 
2 781 


731 
252 

157 
77 
96 

150 


151 

55 

52 
17 
18 
29 




GEARY 










- 




3 015 




1 195 




1 795 




2 705 




EXCHANGES 


EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 






10 761 
3 8911 

H58 

1 960 
1 226 
1 l!21 
1 782 


1 665 

605 
83 
2 90 
232 
206 
21J9 


537 

189 

125 
63 
58 
68 


31 299 

9 899 
1 618 

5 378 
1 585 
1 113 
5 376 


2 311 

969 
89 
605 
212 
178 
2 88 


771 

317 
22 

318 
31 
28 
58 


251 

83 
15 
121 
9 
8 
15 




GEARY 


11 372 




5 765 




312 




5 775 


SEDGWICK 


621 




605 




1 261 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



18-32 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 



County and city 



KANSAS" TOTAL • • ■ . 

ALLEN COUNTY 261 

lOLA 149 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 115 

ANDERSON COUNTY 

GARNETT 

Remainder of county. . 

atchison county 

atchison 

remainder of county. . 

barber county 155 113 

barton county 132 324 

ELLINwOOO 

GREAT BEND 215 179 

HOISINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

BOURBON COUNTY 

FORT SCOTT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

BROWN COUNTY 

HIAWATHA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

BUTLER COUNTY «15 317 

AUGUSTA 

EL DORADO 173 145 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

CHASE COUNTY 

CHAUTAUOUA COUNTY. . . . 

CHEROKEE COUNTY 

BAXTER SPRINGS .... 

COLUMBUS 

GALENA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

CHEYENNE COUNTY 

CLARK COUNTY 

CLAY COUNTY 

CLAY CENTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

CLOUD COUNTY 

CONCORDIA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

COFFEY COUNTY 

COMANCHE COUNTY 

COWLEY COUNTY 

ARKANSAS CITY 

WINFIELO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

CRAWFORD COUNTY. .... 

PITTSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

DECATUR COUNTY 

DICKINSON COUNTY .... 

ABILENE 

HERINGTUN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

DONIPHAN COUNTY 

DOUGLAS COUNTY 

LAWRENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

EDWARDS COUNTY 

ELK COUNTY 

ELLIS COUNTY 263 

ELLIS 

HAYS 163 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

ELLSWORTH COUNTY .... 

Standard Notes; - Repiesenis zeio. (D) Withheld to 



(number) 



With 
payroll 



240 
127 
113 



497 
235 
165 



530 
290 
240 



359 
187 
123 



165 
26 
119 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 

2 446 515 

IB 189 

12 576 

5 613 

8 271 

5 471 

2 800 

19 945 

18 145 

1 799 

10 562 

45 470 

2 755 
32 048 

5 857 
4 810 

16 914 

14 840 

2 074 

13 370 

6 370 

7 000 

42 845 

12 311 

21 951 

a 583 



7 165 

15 587 

5 603 

5 196 

1 791 

2 997 

5 350 

4 299 

18 153 
15 256 

2 897 

19 052 
11 790 

7 262 



46 451 
24 107 
16 854 
5 490 

38 206 
24 600 
13 606 



27 522 
15 681 
6 626 
5 215 



6 725 
4 833 

27 404 
2 591 

22 481 
2 332 



Establish- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 

2 308 823 

16 609 
12 002 

4 607 

7 107 

5 021 
2 086 

18 779 

17 354 

1 425 

9 862 

43 600 

2 679 
31 302 

5 609 
4 010 

15 690 
14 292 
1 398 



40 953 

12 001 
21 357 

7 595 

4 413 
6 411 

13 275 

4 935 

5 018 

1 183 

2 139 

5 818 



17 199 
14 960 

2 239 

18 058 
11 430 

6 628 



43 941 
23 121 
16 302 
4 518 

34 490 
23 138 
11 352 



25 954 
15 259 
6 150 
4 545 



41 89S 
37 043 
4 855 

6 337 

4 327 

25 730 
2 457 

21 561 
1 712 



9 345 

avoid disclosure. 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 593 

1 230 

363 



851 

4 750 
244 

3 612 
531 
363 



906 
525 
380 

3 708 

988 

2 156 

564 

337 

493 

1 150 
446 
457 
105 



443 

338 

1 411 
1 233 

178 

1 564 

1 072 
492 

655 

274 

4 453 

2 313 
1 860 

290 



2 209 

1 359 

443 

397 



4 323 

3 852 

471 



2 533 

243 
2 128 



County and city 



FINNEY COUNTY 

GARDEN CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FORD COUNTY 

DODGE CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . . 

OTTAWA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

GEARY COUNTY 

JUNCTION CITY. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

GOVE COUNTY 

GRAHAM COUNTY 

GRANT COUNTY 

GRAY COUNTY 

GREELEY COUNTY . . . . 

GREENWOOD COUNTY . . . 

EUREKA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HAMILTON COUNTY. . . . 

HARPER COUNTY 

ANTHONY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HARVEY COUNTY 

NEWTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HASKELL COUNTY . . . . 

HODGEMAN COUNTY. . . . 

JACKSON COUNTY . . . . 

HOLTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY . . . 

JEWELL COUNTY 

JOHNSON COUNTY . . . . 

OLATHE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

KEARNY COUNTY 

KINGMAN COUNTY . . . . 

KINGMAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

KIOWA COUNTY 

LABETTE COUNTY . . . . 

PARSONS . 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LANE COUNTY 

LEAVENWORTH COUNTY . . 

LEAVENWORTH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LINCOLN COUNTY . , . . 

LINN COUNTY 

LOGAN COUNTY 

LYON COUNTY 

EMPORIA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MCPHERSON COUNTY . . . 

MCPHERSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARION COUNTY 

MARSHALL COUNTY. . . . 

MARYSVlLLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



9 017 

(NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 

25 485 

23 528 

1 857 

35 133 
27 953 
7 180 

22 308 
17 743 

4 565 

27 412 

25 647 

1 755 

3 396 

5 133 
7 118 

4 395 

3 007 

14 107 
7 772 

6 335 



13 236 

6 651 

6 585 

28 601 

22 563 

6 038 

2 570 

3 007 

9 974 

7 461 
2 513 

8 097 

4 262 

103 026 

15 078 

67 948 



12 055 
8 808 
3 247 



28 977 
18 481 
10 496 



32 697 
28 373 

4 324 

5 745 
7 495 

6 646 

31 166 
26 696 

4 470 

30 055 
17 683 
12 382 

16 129 

17 226 
9 416 

7 612 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 

24 775 

23 176 
1 599 

34 025 
27 219 
6 806 

21 154 
17 309 

3 845 

26 574 

24 973 

1 601 

2 954 

5 837 

6 838 

4 219 



12 535 
7 234 
5 301 



12 224 
6 369 
5 655 

27 061 
21 297 

5 764 

2 442 
2 857 

8 790 

6 779 

2 Oil 

7 157 

3 596 

98 434 
14 454 
83 970 



11 057 
8 332 
2 725 



26 669 
17 533 
9 136 



30 821 

27 335 
3 486 

5 313 

6 581 
6 358 

29 614 

25 850 
3 754 

28 821 
17 527 
11 294 



15 452 
9 166 
6 296 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-33 



TABLE 9. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or IVIore: 1958 



-Continued 



County and city 



MEADE COUNTY 

MIAMI COUNTY 

OSAWATOMIE 

PAOLA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTYi 



MITCHELL COUNTY. . . . 

BELOIT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . 

CANEY 

CHERRYVALE 

COFFEYVILLE 

INDEPENDENCE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MORRIS COUNTY 

COUNCIL GROVE. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



MORTON COUNTY. 
NEMAHA COUNTY. 



NEOSHO COUNTY 

CHANUTE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



NESS COUNTY 



NORTON COUNTY. . . . 

NORTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



OSAGE COUNTY . 
OSBORNE COUNTY 
OTTAWA COUNTY. 



PAWNEE COUNTY 

LARNED 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



PHILLIPS COUNTY. . . . 
PHILLIPSBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY. 



PRATT COUNTY 

PRATT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RAWLINS COUNTY 



RENO COUNTY 

HUTCHINSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



REPUBLIC COUNTY. . . . 

BELLEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RICE COUNTY 

LYONS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



RILEY COUNTY 

MANHATTAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establisti- 

ments 

($1,000) 



16 658 
9 505 
7 153 

57 9H8 
« 119 

2 «97 
31 023 

17 123 

3 186 

7 317 
H 848 
2 169 



7 206 

6 127 

12 970 
U 3«7 
1 623 

9 217 

5 9m 

3 303 



20 820 
18 441 
2 379 



60 578 
68 612 
11 966 

10 017 
6 617 
3 400 

15 872 
9 374 
6 498 

38 069 
32 386 
5 683 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



5 640 



15 082 
8 421 
6 561 

53 882 

3 911 
2 047 

29 715 
15 129 
2 080 

6 261 

4 602 
1 659 

4 570 

13 002 

20 249 
15 778 
4 471 



9 118 

7 601 

1 517 

10 019 

6 572 

5 381 



8 555 

5 748 
2 817 



19 584 

17 801 
1 883 



77 238 
66 455 
10 782 

9 009 
6 309 
2 700 

15 278 
9 042 
6 236 

37 039 
31 756 
5 283 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 238 
419 
542 
177 

1 170 
732 
438 



368 

1 091 

1 805 

1 469 

336 



8 884 

7 912 

972 

730 
521 
209 

1 402 
804 
598 

3 957 

3 538 

429 



County and city 



ROOKS COUNTY 
RUSH COUNTY. 



RUSSELL COUNTY . . . . 

RUSSELL 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SALINE COUNTY 

SALINA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SCOTT COUNTY .... 
SCOTT CITY .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



SEDGWICK COUNTY. . . . 

WICHITA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SEWARD COUNTY 

LIBERAL. ...... 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SHAWNEE COUNTY . . . . 

TOPEKA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHERIDAN COUNTY. . . . 



SHERMAN COUNTY . . . . 

GOODLAND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SMITH COUNTY . . 
STAFFORD COUNTY. 
STANTON COUNTY . 



STEVENS COUNTY . . . . 

HUGOTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



SUMNER COUNTY 

WELLINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



THOMAS COUNTY 

COLBY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



TREGO COUNTY . . . 
WABAUNSEE COUNTY . 
WALLACE COUNTY . . 
WASHINGTON COUNTY. 
WICHITA COUNTY . . 



IILSON COUNTY 

FREDONIA 

NEODESHA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



WOODSON COUNTY 



•YANDOTTE COUNTY . . . 

KANSAS CITY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



3 145 
2 723 

422 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



2 317 

2 025 

292 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



14 


025 


12 784 


11 


055 


10 483 


2 


971 


2 301 


57 


015 


55 245 


62 


733 


61 633 


4 


282 


3 512 



433 955 
397 104 
36 851 



25 821 

25 150 

661 



10 735 
9 098 
1 638 



5 534 

6 153 

381 



11 929 

9 734 

2 195 

6 290 

5 445 
2 310 
a 751 

6 182 

13 057 

6 329 

5 017 

1 721 



177 902 
151 394 
26 508 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



12 017 



419 059 
384 694 
34 375 

25 075 

24 536 

539 

162 388 

154 247 



10 178 
6 802 

1 376 

6 588 

7 515 

2 593 

6 430 

6 153 

277 

29 795 
13 125 
15 670 



7 611 

5 942 

11 693 

5 907 

4 767 

1 019 



157 284 
142 578 
24 606 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



48 585 
45 613 
2 973 



19 890 

19 223 

667 



545 

534 



2 538 
1 248 
1 290 



508 

372 

156 

651 

629 

889 
456 
355 



18 117 
15 865 
2 252 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



18-34 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 



[Data are based on 1964 SMSA definitions] 



SIC 
code 



KM of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART 



S9PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



RET4IL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDS MATLS. HDWE t FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDS MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STOKES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



9 120 

511 
319 

1 291 
537 

1 209 

559 

512 
1 921 

"t06 
1 198 

657 



231 
105 
395 
215 

581 



751 
1«8 
575 
195 



KANSAS CITY, MD.-KANS.,SMSA 



221 
895 

397 
915 



85 173 
155 613 
323 873 
232 166 

93 621 

(01 
62 970 
9U 097 
72 891 
81) 270 



1 434 278 



60 730 
87 725 
71 759 
76 568 



12 


970 


21 


257 


39 


5U5 


25 


403 


1« 


464 


10 


457 


11 


648 


9 


364 



21 207 
38 613 
24 839 
13 284 

10 235 

11 338 
8 634 



476 BOO 

35 573 
53 251 
108 182 
94 554 
40 327 

27 581 
24 143 
26 375 
18 247 
37 085 
10 272 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major eioup 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



35 703 
52 663 
105 308 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KANSAS 18-35 



TABLE 11 Counties With 500 Establishments or iVIore: 1958 



SIC 

code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establlstv 

ments 
($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.59] 
53 PART* 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT(5911 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



LUMBERi BLDG MATLSi HDWE i FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES I PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



LUMBER, BLDG MATLSi HDWE . FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL" ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

UMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDWE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



59PT(5911 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



LUMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDUE , FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL, ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



CRAWFORD COUNTY 



JOHNSON COUNTY 



10 


375 


5 


396 


2 


876 


? 


71?. 


3 


U45 


2 


198 


1 


318 


? 


4B« 




1(23 



2 leu 

2 7«2 

3 297 
1 716 

1 278 

2 03i* 
349 



103 026 

8 777 

9 585 
35 167 
14 996 

8 586 

5 415 
(Dl 

4 263 

6 013 

5 624 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY 



3 913 

2 664 
2 535 
2 228 

4 650 
658 



53 


B82 


4 


864 


5 


684 


13 


759 


10 


327 


« 


860 


3 


639 


? 


602 


1 


995 



7 


893 


9 


048 


19 


034 


15 


107 


6 


754 


5 


131 


5 


180 


3 


812 


2 


J90 


5 


802 




427 



SALINE COUNTY 



SEDGWICK COUNTY 



67 015 

7 667 
7 933 
15 753 
13 516 
5 189 

3 311 

2 493 

3 691 
1 993 

4 218 
1 251 



65 


245 


7 


587 




(0) 


15 


467 


13 


380 


« 


697 




<DI 


2 


241 


3 


5?7 


1 


993 


3 


935 



32 


547 


SO 


9?4 


99 


994 


81 


592 


35 


341 


25 


721 


?2 


192 


24 


576 


16 


907 


33 


983 


10 


078 



WYANDOTTE COUNTY 



77 


902 


157 


284 


12 


979 


12 


555 


13 


505 


13 


329 


49 


550 


47 


146 


40 


883 


40 


523 


14 


551 


12 


859 


7 


107 


5 


997 


7 


805 


7 


558 


10 


202 


8 


305 


R 


985 


8 


733 


9 


760 


7 


875 


2 


474 


1 


292 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major graup 53, are shown separately m this table. 

SHAWNEE COUNTY coextensive with Topeka SMSA, see Table 10. 



98 


434 


8 


431 


9 


431 


34 


221 


14 


855 


7 


860 



31 


839 


50 


495 


9V 


582 


80 


518 


32 


365 


25 


283 


21 


532 


22 


505 


16 


549 


31 


389 


a 


810 



18-36 KANSAS 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Cities With 500 Establishments or iVIore: 1958 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



59PT(5911 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BLD5 MATLSt HD*E i FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES' 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FUPNITuRE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE' TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS' HDWE ' FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



295 
159 

428 

135 
165 
580 



201 
115 
3ta 

117 
127 
454 
115 
342 



151 394 

7 487 

13 484 

38 770 

38 867 

11 530 

6 674 

7 512 

8 725 
a 426 
8 310 
1 609 



397 104 

29 318 

50 240 
87 178 
75 175 

29 438 

25 531 

21 179 

22 143 
15 753 

30 425 
9 724 



35 754 
38 517 
10 166 



7 299 

8 174 
5 826 



384 694 

28 550 
49 852 
84 992 
75 173 
27 298 

25 113 
20 573 
20 515 



10 286 


9 764 


21 107 


(Dl 


37 995 


37 127 


24 744 


24 212 


12 323 


11 595 


10 395 


10 235 


(01 


11 171 


9 015 


8 285 


6 108 


6 108 


13 596 


12 228 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Kentucky 



CONTENTS 

(Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 19- which appears as part of number for each page.] 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 16 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 24 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 34 

7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 40 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 40 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 41 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 43 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 44 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 45 




19-3 



1958 



State total 



EACH SYMBOL = 
5% CHANGE 




1963 



i###i23% 



KENTUCKY Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 

Lumber, BIdg. Materials. Farm [=: ^O] 
Equip., Hardware Dealers ^H 233 

General Merchandise 
Group Stores 

Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



Gasoline Service ^^195 

Stations |IHi_264 _ 

-^^^ 
Apparel, ^il48 
Accessory Stores ^^ ^66 
##il2% 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^^123 
Equipment Stores |B 135 

Eating, Drinking Places ^^ /qo 



$3,174,265,1 




Drug Stores, N 94 
Proprietary Stores jBl 119 



# = i27% 



Other Retail Stores 



Nonstore Retailers 



214 



37 
55 



50% 



1958 1963 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census ^ 



19-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-5 



TABLE 1. 



The State: 1963 and 1958 



SIC 
code 



521 

522-5211 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5m 

5«2 
5«3 



56 

561i567 

562-3i568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

5641569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

5911 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. .^LUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STOREb 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NOT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES i 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 
TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN. S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GAROEIV SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 



Total 
(number) 



1 601 
517 
273 



1 631 
231 
485 
350 
135 
494 
347 
74 



4 428 

3 461 

967 



3 829 
671 
680 
58 
146 
491 
308 
398 

1 077 



With 
payroll 



1 351 
207 
433 
328 
105 
372 
285 
54 



3 274 

2 575 

699 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



3 174 265 



233 384 
117 712 
19 530 
42 740 
53 402 



336 510 
177 629 
74 267 
84 614 



795 845 
769 847 
6 439 
4 210 
2 072 
13 277 



155 903 

30 408 

51 444 

43 762 

7 582 

53 945 

24 516 

5 590 



135 183 
83 898 
51 285 



197 749 
157 929 
39 820 



257 057 
72 444 
17 036 
3 670 
6 460 
70 369 
17 718 
31 268 
36 092 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



2 913 567 



225 274 
116 070 
17 730 
38 834 
52 540 



329 998 
177 629 
73 489 
78 880 



651 051 
639 809 
5 493 
2 056 
1 402 
12 291 



160 909 

29 490 

50 804 
43 400 

7 404 

51 633 
23 758 

5 224 



127 575 
78 746 
48 829 



181 523 

147 079 
34 444 



117 558 

113 688 

3 880 



236 893 
68 420 
13 502 
3 422 
5 236 
67 269 
16 300 
29 792 
32 952 



Total 
(number) 



1 643 
515 
243 
574 
310 



'7 834 

7 097 

(M 

155 



3 519 
592 

475 
49 
112 
530 
358 



With 
payroll 



1 255 
398 
183 
405 
258 



2 880 
2 511 

(') 



1 312 
212 
399 
324 



2 231 
494 
257 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



2 580 517 



205 903 
96 629 

14 442 
43 848 
51 984 



285 520 
118 080 
54 317 
113 123 



559 898 
523 918 

5 067 
2 549 
14 610 



147 701 
26 693 

47 170 



123 160 
71 965 
51 195 



159 810 
129 564 
40 246 



93 789 
90 272 
3 517 



214 036 
54 595 
11 380 
3 502 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



2 324 143 



198 171 

94 381 

13 578 

39 728 

50 484 



254 538 
118 080 
53 271 
83 287 



546 140 

517 520 

(M 

2 483 

1 851 

12 120 



142 985 

25 953 

45 708 

40 340 

5 368 

47 253 

19 268 

4 803 



115 576 
58 217 
47 459 



150 984 
115 086 
35 898 



92 337 
89 088 
3 249 



9 106 
3 108 
3 584 
56 086 
16 862 

26 642 

27 036 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 
^Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition. 



19-6 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2 



The State: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No«. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

524 
5251 
5252 



543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



561 


557 


561 




567 




562- 


3.558 


562 




563 


568 


553 


< 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EuUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER Automotive dealers 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



2 054 
545 
500 



1 305 
535 
490 



315 
255 
125 



1 351 
207 
199 



233 384 
84 767 
32 945 
5 300 
12 019 
1 211 
42 740 
53 402 



335 510 
177 629 
74 257 
79 790 
3 833 
991 



795 845 
769 847 

5 300 

1 139 
4 210 

2 072 
4 333 
7 317 

6 397 
920 



I 18 



439 



614 040 

470 245 

427 471 

15 752 

27 022 

73 330 

36 748 

15 952 

17 765 

3 131 



155 903 

30 408 

29 796 

612 

51 444 

43 752 

7 682 

919 

227 



186 



32 167 
6 004 

10 725 
1 001 

38 834 

52 640 



74 340 

3 527 

913 



661 051 

639 809 

4 534 

959 

2 056 

1 402 

4 065 

6 915 

6 293 

522 

956 

355 



591 160 

469 723 

426 949 

15 752 

27 022 

55 836 

34 198 

15 952 

15 451 

2 789 

11 851 

911 



150 909 

29 490 

28 970 

520 

50 804 
43 400 
7 404 



25 825 
10 848 
4 231 
1 247 
1 918 
131 



43 511 
25 009 
10 381 
7 552 
399 



70 



15 103 

11 583 

354 

99 

148 

230 

552 

1 855 

1 718 



51 365 
39 979 
35 583 

1 748 

2 548 

3 741 

4 905 
1 573 
1 157 

312 
774 



20 913 

4 357 

4 228 

129 

7 091 

6 152 

939 

124 



77 403 

25 577 

35 732 

1 925 

81 914 

82 605 



843 177 
500 929 
190 968 
143 002 
6 920 
1 358 



854 837 

799 055 

7 571 

2 036 

3 064 

4 448 
10 293 
34 950 
32 335 

2 624 
1 530 
1 769 



34 768 
48 023 
68 552 
95 322 
30 589 
19 521 

5 782 
12 541 

1 198 



389 931 
80 685 

78 549 



135 247 

11« 070 

17 177 

2 553 



2 704 

1 055 

284 



15 959 

8 827 

4 934 

2 973 



15 191 

13 812 

133 



114 
252 
695 
543 



11 527 

8 552 

7 809 

333 

510 

955 

1 179 

495 

235 



75 



8 145 
1 458 
1 426 



937 
505 
432 



Standard Noles; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-7 



TABLE 2. The State: 1963-Contmued . 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


1 U13 
838 
663 

80 

26 
22 

33« 
156 
85 
39 
U6 

H «28 
3 461 

2 607 

95 
652 
107 
967 

834 
764 
70 

3 829 
671 
680 
130 
550 

58 
22 
36 

146 
131 

15 
266 
201 

24 
308 
398 
202 

38 

26 
132 

341 
22 
45 
21 

141 

194 
11 
11 
29 
5 
20 

237 

1 087 
35 
142 
910 


1 007 
564 
469 

46 
23 
16 
10 
254 
136 
53 
21 
32 

3 274 

2 575 

1 871 

93 
528 

83 
699 

784 
728 
56 

2 483 
569 
330 

34 
296 
36 
12 
24 

64 

55 

9 

212 

135 

20 

200 

262 

128 

12 

18 

104 

243 
12 
15 
17 

61 
172 

11 
7 

15 
5 
6 

91 

207 
31 
60 

116 


135 183 
83 898 
72 285 
7 592 
2 212 
1 233 
576 
32 913 
11 698 

6 674 

1 294 

5 380 

197 749 
157 929 
117 154 

10 042 
23 447 

7 286 
39 820 

119 030 

114 924 

4 106 

257 057 
72 444 
17 036 

2 692 

14 344 

3 670 
1 726 
1 944 

6 460 

5 791 
669 

39 889 
28 542 

1 938 
17 718 
31 268 

15 088 
779 

2 HI 
13 290 

11 642 
911 

1 265 

2 124 

3 090 

7 219 
1 692 

927 

1 287 

217 

475 

7 243 

55 441 
9 665 
23 012 
22 763 


127 575 
78 746 
68 595 
6 570 

2 030 
1 135 

315 
31 461 
U 422 

5 945 
1 146 

4 800 

181 523 
147 079 
107 948 

10 032 
22 185 

6 914 
34 444 

117 568 
113 688 

3 880 

236 893 
68 420 

13 502 
1 850 

11 642 

3 422 
1 528 
1 794 

5 236 

4 637 
599 

38 241 
27 142 

1 886 
16 300 
29 792 

14 126 
623 

2 045 

12 998 

10 335 

781 

731 

2 032 

2 424 

5 851 
1 592 

877 

1 227 

197 

201 

5 503 

45 557 
9 548 
21 910 
14 999 


17 874 

11 230 

9 345 

1 140 

455 

218 

72 

4 040 
1 573 

1 031 
119 
912 

38 774 
33 751 
25 454 

2 692 

3 995 

1 600 

5 023 

15 557 

15 137 

420 

24 559 

4 248 

2 152 
278 

1 884 
550 
258 
282 

578 
503 
75 

2 520 

1 634 
296 

2 627 
4 433 

1 524 

70 
261 

2 478 

1 553 

103 

52 

248 

299 

1 503 
300 
144 
155 

30 
25 
988 

6 406 
859 

2 204 

3 343 


335 999 

209 576 

173 402 

22 575 

8 354 

3 913 

1 332 
76 237 

30 744 
19 442 

2 436 
17 005 

777 595 
673 951 
494 413 
54 874 
91 236 
33 428 
103 745 

289 075 

281 057 

8 018 

476 976 
83 176 
42 395 
5 567 
36 828 
10 205 

4 669 

5 536 

U 385 

10 150 

1 225 

50 558 

31 308 

4 729 
49 051 
89 535 

32 980 
1 211 

5 484 
49 850 

32 754 

1 779 
946 

5 018 

6 243 
28 766 

5 349 

2 525 
2 934 

713 

459 

17 147 

125 848 
IS 429 
41 386 
66 033 


4 505 
2 753 
2 265 

253 
135 
72 
27 
1 014 
450 
288 
51 
227 

19 430 
17 157 
12 545 

1 260 

2 523 
729 

2 273 

5 377 
5 186 

191 

7 866 
1 500 
800 
90 
710 
189 
89 
100 

201 
180 

21 
837 
518 

73 

776 

1 205 

500 

28 

64 
613 

558 
41 
25 
50 

155 

367 
71 
34 
56 
12 
12 

275 

1 680 
314 
492 
874 


1 340 




FIIRNTTIIRF HOMF FIIRN T ^H t Nf «; <;T0RF^ 


801 


5712 
5713 

571« 
5715 
5719 




539 




74 




42 




26 


MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 


20 
287 


5732 


RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 


171 
81 




RECORD SHOPS 


45 
35 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


4 648 


5812 




3 589 




2 745 




CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 


75 
672 
95 


5813 
59PT(591) 




1 059 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


831 




752 






59 


59 EX.591 




3 891 




741 






674 






139 


(. , 




535 






55 


59«2 
5943 




22 




33 




144 


^ 




131 


5953 




13 




290 


50^0 




217 






18 






301 


598 




354 






204 


. 




42 


5983 




26 


598U 




82 






392 


5993 




20 




49 


590A 




16 


59Q7 




149 






163 


5999 ( 




5 






7 






24 






5 






23 






244 


53 PART* 
532 


NONSTORE RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 


1 013 
11 
126 


535 


DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS 


875 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
"Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-8 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kindof-business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 



General 
merchandise 
groyp stores • 



KENTUCKY. TOTAL. 
ADAIR COUNTY . . . . 



ALLEN COUNTY 

SCOTTSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



30 107 



ANDERSON COUNTY. . . • 
LAHRENCEBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BALLARD COUNTY 



BARREN COUNTY 

GLASGOW 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BATH COUNTY. 



BELL COUNTY 

MIDDLESBOROUGH . . 

PINEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



BOONE COUNTY 

FLORENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOURBON COUNTY . . . . 

PARIS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOYD COUNTY 

ASHLAND 

CATLETTSBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOYLE COUNTY 

DANVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BRACKEN COUNTY . . . 
BREATHITT COUNTY . . 
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. 
BULLITT COUNTY . . . 
BUTLER COUNTY. . . . 



CALDWELL COUNTY. . . . 

PRINCETON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CALLOWAY COUNTY. . . 

MURRAY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



FORT THOMAS 

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS . . 

NEWPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CARLISLE COUNTY. 



CARROLL COUNTY . . . 
CARROLLTON .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



CARTER COUNTY. 
CASEY COUNTY . 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY . . . 
HOPKINSVILLE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLARK COUNTY 

WINCHESTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLAY COUNTY. . . . 
CLINTON COUNTY . . 
CRITTENDEN COUNTY. 
CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



DAVIESS COUNTY . . . 

OWENSBORO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 
'Nonsloie retailers, part of SIC maior group '. 



3 17U 255 

10 622 

12 057 
10 t09 
1 648 

8 257 

7 385 

872 



33 819 

26 6U2 

7 177 



29 815 
19 577 
7 770 
2 468 

18 310 
7 098 
11 212 

21 164 
18 780 

2 384 

70 390 
62 667 

4 464 

3 259 

27 792 
23 757 

4 035 

4 793 

7 602 

10 409 

11 999 

4 413 

15 535 
14 033 

1 502 

27 519 

23 761 

3 738 

85 155 

4 849 

4 479 

6 157 

3 234 
55 352 

10 064 

5 047 

8 014 
5 326 

2 586 

13 396 

9 199 

52 524 
48 255 

14 359 

24 468 

22 288 
2 180 

11 495 
4" 870 

7 540 

4 340 

92 186 

81 781 
10 405 



2 913 567 

8 255 

10 459 

9 515 
054 

7 359 

6 953 

416 



31 193 
25 306 
5 887 



17 150 
6 768 
10 372 

19 542 
17 458 
2 084 

65 530 
59 271 
4 186 

2 073 

26 170 
23 055 

3 115 

4 101 

5 792 
8 287 

10 861 

3 545 

14 757 
13 445 
1 322 



1 850 

78 839 

3 365 

4 079 

5 855 

2 956 
54 568 

8 004 

4 143 

7 276 
4 998 

2 278 

11 720 

7 257 

59 280 
45 565 

12 715 

23 025 

21 142 

1 884 

9 191 

3 962 

6 674 
3 606 

66 282 

79 349 

8 933 



310 957 
514 



2 916 

2 349 

567 



2 771 

1 965 

591 



1 814 

597 

1 117 



7 670 

7 169 

348 

153 

2 747 

2 535 

212 



596 

1 015 

286 



164 

8 806 
347 
419 
571 
288 

5 280 
901 



319 



954 

446 

5 405 
5 015 

1 391 

2 265 
2 023 

262 

857 
283 



10 156 

9 293 

663 



6 034 252 

11 686 

17 257 
15 938 
1 329 

10 720 

10 035 

684 



58 725 
47 257 
11 468 



51 340 
35 935 

13 259 

2 145 

35 319 

14 Oil 
22 308 

37 074 
33 753 

3 321 

143 299 

134 021 

6 289 

2 989 

49 375 
45 747 

3 529 

6 165 
6 354 

13 453 

22 519 

5 192 

23 578 
21 630 

1 946 

43 439 
39 270 

4 169 

169 455 

6 971 

6 226 

10 784 

5 301 
120 928 

17 256 

5 145 

14 800 

11 109 

3 591 

17 510 

7 553 

127 448 
101 417 
26 031 

42 689 
37 705 

4 983 

17 544 

5 753 
10 058 

5 049 

199 509 
181 415 

18 194 



2 394 

2 197 

112 



398 

158 

2 195 

1 571 

525 



216 

132 

3 302 

3 053 

249 



233 384 

727 

1 232 

IDI 



3 852 

3 267 

565 



2 051 

425 

1 525 



3 057 

2 584 

483 

1 138 

581 

1 204 

1 096 

400 

1 540 

1 117 
523 

2 335 
1 597 

636 



967 

547 
420 

925 

1 976 

5 981 
ID) 
(D) 

1 123 

643 
260 

1 403 

529 

553 



5 563 

5 064 

619 



Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 



Kmd-of-business group -continued | 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating 

p 


drinking 
aces 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 


Estab 
listi 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


B 


(numbefl 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




8 167 


795 845 


2 054 


614 040 


3 674 


264 123 


1 631 


165 903 


1 413 


135 183 


4 428 


197 749 


834 


119 030 


3 829 


257 057 


1 087 


55 441 


1 


50 


2 744 


14 


2 653 


22 


1 132 


P 


680 


8 


397 


16 


346 


2 


(Dl 


24 


1 132 


13 


(Dl 


2 


13 
20 
23 


2 803 

2 155 

648 


13 
13 


2 560 
2 560 


15 
12 

3 


1 141 
(Dl 
(Dl 


9 
9 


440 
440 


6 
5 


329 

(D) 
(Dl 


18 

14 
4 


451 
388 
63 


5 
6 


461 

461 


19 

17 
2 


1 548 
(01 
(Dl 


2 


20 
(01 
(Dl 


3 
5 


28 
U 
17 


2 318 

1 842 
476 


5 
5 


1 546 
1 546 


8 

1 


825 
(Dl 
(01 


13 

13 


569 
569 


IJ 


176 
176 


10 
7 
3 


419 
299 
120 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(01 


13 
11 
2 


1 129 
(Dl 
(Dl 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


6 

7 
3 


35 


1 827 


7 


761 


9 


670 


- 


- 


4 


147 


9 


212 


« 


74 


21 


1 127 


8 


(Dl 


9 


66 
37 
29 


6 902 
5 299 
1 603 


32 
25 

7 


7 316 
6 492 

824 


54 
33 
21 


3 845 
2 243 
1 602 


25 
24 

1 


1 268 
(01 
(Dl 


24 
15 
8 


1 360 

1 001 

359 


31 
19 
12 


1 233 

584 
649 


9 

3 


1 231 

1 010 

221 


52 
32 
20 


3 291 

2 833 
458 


15 

11 
4 


335 

(Dl 
(Dl 


10 
11 
12 


45 


1 953 


15 


1 102 


14 


579 


3 


164 


4 


432 


7 


86 


2 


(01 


11 


437 


3 


55 


13 


120 
31 
31 
58 


8 937 
4 754 
2 587 
1 596 


21 
16 


6 279 

4 980 

(D> 

(01 


34 
15 
15 


2 555 

1 246 

1 003 

306 


14 
10 


2 640 

2 317 

323 


19 
12 
6 
1 


1 850 

1 491 

(Dl 

(Dl 


32 

20 
9 
3 


1 037 
688 
232 
117 


6 

3 


1 497 

1 050 

447 


36 
23 

10 

3 


1 042 
552 
423 
57 


10 

5 
5 


362 

319 
43 


14 
15 
16 
17 


36 
9 
27 


4 841 
2 719 
2 122 


10 
2 
8 


2 563 
101 
(0) 


30 
8 
22 


2 569 

947 

1 622 


2 
2 


221 

(Dl 
(Dl 


12 


414 
216 
198 


34 
15 
19 


2 327 

562 

1 755 


2 

2 


597 
(01 
(Dl 


31 
8 
23 


1 904 

283 

1 621 


11 

5 


110 
58 
42 


le 

19 
2C 


47 
33 

14 


6 135 

5 155 

980 


10 
3 


3 845 

3 594 

251 


23 
18 

5 


2 000 

1 759 

241 


15 

14 
1 


1 170 
(Dl 
(Dl 


13 
12 

1 


715 
(Dl 
(Dl 


22 
19 
3 


866 
800 
66 


6 

5 
1 


712 

(01 
(Dl 


28 
21 

7 


2 538 

1 968 

570 


5 

5 


398 
398 


21 
22 
22 


139 
93 
15 
31 


18 711 
15 Oil 

1 663 

2 037 


41 
36 

5 


13 814 
12 764 
1 050 


62 
43 
6 
13 


4 923 

4 028 

456 

439 


43 
39 


4 514 
4 259 

255 


41 
34 

3 


3 425 

2 955 

288 

182 


52 
36 
10 
6 


3 154 

2 557 

254 

323 


21 
17 

3 
1 


2 745 

2 433 

(Dl 

(Dl 


62 
52 

5 

5 


2 898 

2 617 

(01 

(Dl 


22 
22 


886 
886 


24 
25 
2t 

27 


54 
30 
24 


7 144 
6 110 
1 034 


20 

1 


5 581 

5 069 

512 


34 
22 

12 


2 566 

1 998 

568 


8 
8 


1 215 
1 215 


16 
12 
4 


1 086 
586 
500 


30 
25 

5 


1 357 

1 239 

128 


6 
2 


739 
(Dl 
(01 


33 

27 
5 


1 084 
823 
251 


7 
5 
2 


587 
(Dl 
(01 


2£ 
2= 
3C 


28 


1 607 


4 


533 


7 


251 


2 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


8 


215 


2 


(Dl 


10 


554 


« 


8 


3 


80 


2 804 


6 


1 216 


14 


639 


10 


662 


13 


300 


8 


210 


2 


(Dl 


6 


525 


1 


(01 


3< 


59 


2 967 


8 


1 611 


23 


1 124 


1 


(01 


8 


297 


16 


394 


5 


485 


7 


1 057 


2 


(Dl 


3 


29 


2 888 


14 


1 697 


21 


2 093 


10 


335 


5 


630 


18 


910 


" 


288 


15 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


3 


31 


1 378 


8 


709 


11 


431 


5 


252 


- 


- 


6 


134 


3 


284 


7 


692 


- 


- 


3 


44 
25 
19 


3 427 

3 099 

328 


10 
10 


4 339 
4 339 


27 
22 

5 


1 412 

1 197 

215 


8 
8 


1 078 
1 078 


6 
5 


383 
(01 
(Dl 


15 
12 

3 


439 
374 
55 


5 

5 


558 
558 


15 
12 


1 145 
752 
394 


; 


500 

500 


3 
3- 

3 


79 
36 

43 


6 664 
4 665 
1 999 


30 
25 
5 


7 936 

7 567 

369 


31 

24 
7 


2 272 

1 960 

312 


16 

16 


1 298 
1 298 


12 
11 

1 


1 210 
(Dl 
(Dl 


28 

24 


1 395 

I 323 

72 


6 
2 


554 
(Dl 
(Dl 


29 
24 
5 


2 182 

2 125 

55 


20 
10 
10 


lie 

68 
50 


3 
4 


168 
26 
15 
16 
6 
64 
41 


27 015 

1 384 

2 474 

3 495 

2 003 
14 339 

3 320 


49 

8 

1 
36 


13 549 
1 447 

101 

11 739 
(Dl 


68 

8 
3 
7 

23 

23 


6 770 
419 
250 

888 

477 

3 076 

1 660 


36 

2 
1 

1 

32 


3 398 
(0) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

3 267 


33 

2 

3 

21 

7 


4 241 

(01 
321 

3 685 
(Dl 


230 
9 
30 
6 
6 
105 
73 


9 683 

510 

787 

251 

98 

5 482 

2 545 


28 
3 
3 

1 
12 
5 


4 712 
281 
212 
561 
(Dl 

3 122 
(Dl 


93 
8 
4 

11 

7 

- 50 

13 


7 069 
517 
255 
278 
387 

5 198 
434 


53 

8 
2 
8 
2 
13 
20 


1 600 
134 
(Dl 
92 
(01 
992 
296 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


10 


1 039 


7 


1 752 


13 


696 


3 


40 


2 


(Dl 


11 


142 


3 


170 


5 


(Dl 


- 


- 


t 


26 
13 
13 


2 250 

1 641 

609 


8 
2 
6 


919 
(Dl 
(D) 


11 
6 

5 


805 
531 
274 


9 
9 


378 
376 


3 

3 


255 
255 


24 
14 
10 


893 
522 
371 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(01 


19 
16 
3 


766 
323 
443 


4 
3 


144 
32 
112 


5 
5 
5 


63 


4 118 


15 


3 210 


34 


1 128 


14 


864 


14 


758 


22 


465 


3 


322 


21 


(Dl 


2 


(Dl 


5 


59 


2 533 


14 


1 679 


21 


866 


2 


(Dl 


4 


284 


6 


199 


1 


(01 


10 


725 


-' 


102 


5 


115 
63 
52 


13 068 
10 218 
2 850 


43 
37 
6 


11 466 

10 693 

773 


79 
50 
29 


6 087 
3 556 
2 531 


31 
28 
3 


4 413 

3 850 

563 


20 
15 
5 


2 355 

1 815 

540 


104 
74 
30 


3 453 
2 093 
1 370 


12 
10 

2 


1 372 
(Dl 
(Dl 


69 
43 
26 


7 811 
4 181 
3 530 


10 

6 

2 


2 217 

(01 
(01 


5 
5 
5 


49 
36 
13 


5 826 

5 662 
164 


20 
18 

2 


6 210 
(Dl 
(01 


24 
20 


2 268 

1 871 

397 


21 
21 


1 938 
1 938 


12 
10 

2 


1 379 
(Dl 
(Dl 


28 
25 
2 


1 225 

(Dl 

(01 


6 
6 


1 051 
1 051 


34 
28 
6 


1 723 

1 259 

454 


7 
7 


387 
387 


5 
5 
6 


81 


3 065 


17 


2 102 


21 


1 175 


15 


733 


5 


572 


24 


455 


2 


(Dl 


19 


1 117 


1 


(Dl 


6 


34 


938 


7 


990 


11 


603 


9 


419 


5 


215 


6 


154 


1 


(Dl 


17 


358 


3 


(Dl 


6 


24 


2 332 


10 


1 981 


15 


502 


3 


101 


4 


252 


9 


254 


2 


(Dl 


14 


(Dl 


- 


- 


6 


24 


1 138 


9 


977 


16 


611 


6 


167 


3 


104 


8 


96 


2 


(Dl 


12 


320 


- 


- 


6 


116 
82 

34 


21 348 
19 311 
2 037 


52 
44 
8 


17 719 
14 833 
2 886 


76 
50 
16 


5 545 

4 572 

973 


47 
46 

1 


5 017 
(Dl 
(Dl 


41 
39 
2 


4 962 

(Dl 
(Dl 


121 
99 
22 


6 162 
5 357 

805 


23 
22 

1 


3 660 

(Dl 
) 101 


97 
80 
17 


7 221 
5 519 
1 602 


23 

15 


1 449 
779 
570 


5 
6< 
6- 



19-10 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 





County and city 


Total 


Kind-of-business group | 


E 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
endeii 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 


Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 


General 
merchandise 
group stores ' 




Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


1 


EDMONSON COUNTY 


73 


31 


3 812 


2 955 


189 


3 424 


87 


64 


6 


444 


2 


(Dl 


2 


ELLIOTT COUNTY 


24 


10 


1 034 


788 


44 


696 


23 


27 


1 


(D) 


1 


(Dl 


3 
"1 

5 


ESTILL COUNTY 


134 
71 
63 


66 
47 
19 


8 756 
6 184 
2 572 


5 918 
5 584 
1 234 


552 
477 
65 


10 342 
8 744 
1 598 


217 
173 

44 


147 
73 

74 


4 

2 
2 


279 

IDI 
(D) 


12 
8 


543 
182 
461 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


6 
8 


FAYETTE COUNTY 


1 228 
877 
351 


936 
671 
265 


229 481 
168 925 
60 556 


224 411 
165 415 
58 996 


28 281 
21 699 
6 582 


546 994 
414 870 
132 124 


8 613 
5 575 
2 238 


984 
705 
276 


60 
42 
18 


15 384 
13 260 
2 104 


36 
25 
11 


31 356 
26 379 
4 979 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


9 


FLEMING COUNTY 


132 


70 


14 287 


12 623 


866 


17 391 


320 


140 


8 


1 340 


" 


334 


10 
11 
12 


FLOYD COUNTY 

PRESTONSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


460 
74 
386 


184 
48 
136 


24 152 
7 947 
16 205 


19 026 
7 237 
11 789 


1 551 
512 
939 


32 297 
10 673 
21 424 


599 
210 
389 


475 
75 
401 


25 

3 
22 


2 062 
591 

1 471 


30 

3 
27 


2 775 

(Dl 
(01 


13 
It 
15 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


302 
256 
46 


228 

204 
24 


36 146 
32 618 
3 528 


34 386 
31 402 
2 985 


3 972 

3 546 

425 


75 910 
68 637 
7 273 


1 290 
1 172 

118 


285 
242 
43 


12 
U 

1 


3 050 
ID) 
(Dl 


15 
13 
2 


3 770 
(01 
(Dl 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


16 
17 
18 


FULTON COUNTY 


213 

112 
101 


137 
90 


17 191 
12 157 
5 034 


15 155 
11 573 
3 582 


1 238 
952 
286 


24 539 
18 501 
5 938 


498 
356 
132 


229 
127 
102 


16 
9 


2 187 

1 522 

555 


9 
5 
3 


900 
575 
325 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


19 


GALLATIN COUNTY 


58 


38 


3 607 


3 129 


277 


5 179 


110 


56 


« 


410 


3 


(0) 


20 
21 
22 


GARRARD COUNTY 


115 
76 
39 


65 
54 

11 


9 003 
7 726 
1 277 


7 967 

7 158 

809 


756 
629 

137 


15 625 
11 635 
3 969 


269 
215 
54 


123 
83 
40 


9 
8 
1 


922 
101 


6 

2 


440 
(Dl 

(01 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


23 


GRANT COUNTY 


95 


69 


9 018 


8 360 


693 


12 611 


259 


102 


13 


1 087 


■7 


338 


24 
25 
26 


GRAVES COUNTY 


369 
242 
127 


203 
150 
53 


32 539 
26 369 
6 170 


26 723 
24 377 
4 346 


2 698 

2 369 

329 


53 623 
47 258 
6 565 


963 
826 
135 


394 
253 
141 


16 
11 
5 


2 373 

1 910 

463 


13 
6 


2 212 

1 829 

383 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


27 
28 
29 


GRAYSON COUNTY 

LEITCHFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


174 
83 
91 


96 
61 
37 


12 228 
7 971 
4 257 


10 764 
7 485 
3 279 


963 
733 
250 


20 455 
15 658 
4 806 


385 
277 
108 


178 
87 
91 


8 
3 
5 


911 
436 
475 


13 

4 
9 


1 105 
823 
282 


30 


GREEN COUNTY 


116 


56 


7 572 


5 278 


478 


8 735 


200 


134 


5 


1 125 


12 


897 


31 
32 
33 


GREENUP COUNTY 


241 
38 
203 


127 
18 
109 


15 527 
1 801 
13 726 


12 643 
1 435 
11 208 


1 016 
114 
902 


19 483 
2 441 
17 042 


387 
53 
334 


259 
45 
214 


14 
14 


1 910 
I 910 


15 

3 
13 


1 511 

45 

1 466 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


3« 


HANCOCK COUNTY 


54 


26 


3 261 


2 575 


174 


4 075 


79 


56 


5 


250 


1 


(01 


35 
36 
37 
38 


HARDIN COUNTY 

ELI2ABETHT0WN 


393 

153 
77 
163 


277 
123 
57 
97 


51 637 
24 509 
13 221 
13 807 


49 081 
23 693 
12 791 
12 597 


5 409 
2 537 
1 458 
1 304 


101 538 

47 701 
27 413 
26 524 


1 612 

631 
373 

408 


363 
152 
63 
168 


27 
12 

15 


3 614 

1 759 

2 045 


29 

10 

15 


2 591 

1 543 

596 

452 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


39 

140 

m 

42 


HARLAN COUNTY 

CUMBERLAND 


446 
79 
110 
257 


234 
59 
82 
93 


31 812 
6 300 
14 929 
10 583 


28 354 
5 872 

14 551 
7 921 


2 794 
532 

1 660 
562 


52 633 

10 175 
30 708 

11 949 


1 002 
200 
535 
267 


452 
95 
94 

263 


13 
3 
5 

4 


1 935 
349 

1 023 
553 


24 

9 

11 


3 024 
152 

2 194 
676 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


43 


HARRISON COUNTY 


151 

114 
37 


109 
92 
17 


16 332 
14 834 
1 498 


15 425 

14 485 

940 


1 617 

1 501 

116 


29 794 
27 738 
2 056 


529 

479 
50 


140 
102 
36 


13 
12 
1 


2 166 
(01 
(Dl 


9 

4 

5 


1 041 
531 
410 


45 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 






159 


97 


11 889 


10 769 


601 


16 377 


341 


176 


10 


1 993 


6 


427 


47 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


398 
340 

58 


256 
236 
20 


39 251 
36 310 
2 941 


36 307 
34 258 

2 039 


3 611 

3 445 

166 


68 338 
65 195 

3 143 


1 209 

1 147 

62 


404 
343 
61 


32 
26 
6 


5 373 

4 556 

815 


14 
13 

1 


1 527 

(01 
(01 


49 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


50 


HENRY COUNTY 


129 


83 


9 114 


7 992 


605 


10 600 


230 


152 


22 


1 895 


6 


667 


51 


HICKMAN COUNTY 


58 


36 


4 515 


3 989 


309 


5 726 


134 


76 


4 


555 


3 


124 


52 
53 
54 
55 
56 


HOPKINS COUNTY 

DAWSON SPRINGS 

EARLINGTON 

MADISONVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


445 
54 
19 
237 
135 


281 
34 
15 

169 
63 


45 218 
4 145 
2 252 

31 932 
6 889 


41 805 
3 635 
2 092 

30 934 
5 145 


4 219 
324 
209 

3 155 
531 


79 905 
5 046 
3 733 
60 083 
10 043 


1 474 
125 
83 

1 071 
195 


470 
54 
21 
238 
147 


26 
3 

15 
8 


5 517 
(Dl 

3 643 
(01 


15 
2 
2 

10 

1 


3 852 
(01 
(Dl 

2 421 
(01 


57 


JACKSON COUNTY 


116 


30 


4 430 


2 944 


176 


3 432 


76 


124 


2 


101 


9 


239 


58 
59 
60 
61 


JEFFERSON COUNTY 

JEFFERSONTO*N 

LOUISVILLE 

ST MATTHEWS 


5 033 
52 

3 726 
62 
156 

1 037 


3 759 
40 
2 770 
52 
118 
779 


852 174 
5 509 

624 848 
25 040 
32 024 

164 753 


825 138 
5 305 

604 664 
24 850 
30 258 

160 061 


101 314 
541 
77 833 
3 090 
3 074 
15 776 


1 984 157 
10 551 

1 517 560 
59 013 
58 940 
337 983 


32 129 
204 

24 238 

998 

869 

5 620 


4 402 
52 
3 276 
40 
124 
908 


213 
3 

151 
2 

5 
52 


30 563 
175 

19 609 

(D) 

(D) 

5 036 


158 
1 

120 
8 

35 


135 034 
(Dl 
100 900 
13 733 
(01 
15 195 


63 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


64 
65 


JESSAMINE COUNTY 

NICHOLASVILLE 


148 
96 
19 
33 


86 
68 
11 

7 


12 305 
9 636 
1 311 
1 358 


10 903 

9 084 

1 267 

552 


981 
826 
96 
59 


IB 670 
15 773 
1 876 
1 219 


353 
279 
45 
29 


159 
100 
23 
36 


12 
7 
3 
2 


966 
752 
(D)- 
(D> 


5 
5 

1 


292 
101 

(01 


67 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


68 
69 
70 


JOHNSON COUNTY 

PAINTSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


211 
116 
95 


113 
92 
21 


14 603 
11 427 
3 176 


12 431 
10 829 
1 602 


1 110 
939 
171 


21 709 
18 264 

3 445 


416 
353 
53 


231 
129 
102 


9 
6 

3 


1 036 
545 
491 


5 
2 


1 047 
(Dl 
(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 

















Kind of business 


group -continued 


















Food stores 


Automotiwe 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Filrniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


M 

E 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish 


Sales 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




30 


992 


3 


391 


11 


812 


. 


. 


1 


(Dl 


5 


80 


2 


(Dl 


7 


451 


5 


28 


1 


12 


550 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


(Dl 


3 


32 


- 


- 


4 


133 


2 


(Dl 


2 


51 
22 
29 


2 876 
1 707 
1 169 


10 

7 
3 


1 995 

1 867 
128 


15 

8 
8 


990 
692 
298 


14 
9 

5 


675 
542 
133 


4 


342 
342 


11 
8 

3 


290 
188 
102 


2 
1 

1 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


8 

4 


414 
(01 
(01 


2 

2 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


3 
4 


197 
131 
66 


45 577 
26 571 
19 106 


53 
38 
15 


40 788 
34 152 
6 636 


127 
78 


15 065 
8 717 
6 348 


90 
57 
23 


18 639 
15 265 
3 373 


71 

54 
17 


10 854 
9 445 
1 408 


248 
187 
61 


15 739 
9 755 
5 984 


35 
26 

9 


8 358 
5 490 

2 868 


257 
199 
58 


22 303 
17 042 
5 251 


54 
30 
24 


5 315 
2 827 
2 489 


6 

7 

a 


51 


3 048 


12 


5 510 


10 


550 


6 


347 


4 


204 


12 


340 


4 


333 


14 


1 037 


« 


44 


9 


183 
11 
172 


7 144 
1 500 
5 544 


24 
12 
12 


4 006 
2 714 
1 292 


51 
9 
42 


2 369 

551 

1 818 


12 
6 
6 


1 293 
833 

450 


20 
B 
12 


1 102 
419 
683 


60 
13 

47 


968 

254 
704 


1 
6 


530 
(Dl 
(Dl 


43 
7 
36 


1 837 

314 

1 523 


5 
1 
4 


56 
(Dl 
(Dl 


IC 
11 
12 


65 
itB 
17 


10 341 

9 583 

758 


15 
13 
2 


4 831 

(01 
(Dl 


41 
36 

5 


3 198 

2 805 

393 


22 
22 


1 919 
1 919 


21 
19 
2 


(D) 

1 673 

(Dl 


41 
35 
6 


2 347 

2 047 

300 


8 
8 


1 729 
1 729 


60 
49 
11 


2 959 

2 648 

311 


2 

2 


(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


13 
IS 


U9 
17 
32 


4 020 
2 241 
1 779 


13 
8 

5 


3 453 

2 995 

458 


25 
12 
13 


1 556 

1 019 

537 


19 
15 
4 


982 
680 
302 


8 
5 

3 


452 
409 
43 


21 
12 
9 


522 

459 
163 


5 

3 
2 


483 
(01 
(Dl 


25 
19 


2 510 

1 887 

523 


2 
2 


26 

(Dl 
(Dl 


16 
17 

18 


12 


809 


2 


(Dl 


8 


416 


2 


(01 


- 


- 


15 


439 


1 


(01 


9 


481 


1 


(Dl 


19 


43 
18 
25 


2 155 

1 748 
407 


7 


2 688 
2 588 


12 

7 
5 


723 
461 
262 


6 
6 


376 
376 


5 
1 


(Dl 
247 
(Dl 


14 
9 
5 


619 
483 
136 


2 

2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


7 
7 


451 
451 


J{ 


74 
74 


20 
21 
22 


22 


2 266 


8 


2 559 


7 


554 


7 


454 


3 


341 


10 


553 


2 


(Dl 


13 


648 


3 


(Dl 


23 


88 

40 

48 


8 574 
5 795 
1 779 


34 
24 
10 


7 346 
6 109 
1 237 


60 
39 
21 


2 764 

2 009 

755 


25 
24 

1 


2 070 
(Dl 
(Dl 


28 
21 

7 


1 497 

1 361 

136 


40 
31 
9 


1 211 
911 
300 


^ 


1 134 
1 134 


36 
25 
11 


2 720 
1 653 
1 067 


22 

14 

8 


538 
(Dl 
(Dl 


24 
25 
26 


52 
13 
39 


3 100 
1 774 
1 325 


18 
13 
5 


2 015 

1 853 

152 


23 
12 
11 


1 191 
806 
385 


8 

7 
1 


558 
(01 

(Dl 


8 
5 
3 


778 
475 
303 


18 
13 
5 


480 
332 

148 


5 

3 
2 


550 
(Dl 
(Dl 


21 

10 

11 


1 430 
501 
929 


': 


I 


27 

28 
29 


47 


2 080 


8 


1 373 


10 


633 


8 


412 


1 


(Dl 


14 


294 


3 


306 


6 


398 


2 


(Dl 


30 


76 
7 
69 


5 289 

512 

4 777 


17 
4 
13 


1 751 

205 

1 556 


34 
5 
29 


2 310 

534 

1 775 


9 
3 
6 


298 
45 
252 


7 
7 


399 
399 


27 
7 
20 


707 

151 

■ 556 


9 
1 
8 


747 
(Dl 
(Dl 


22 

4 
18 


545 
119 
425 


10 

5 


50 
(Dl 
(Dl 


31 
32 
33 


20 


905 


2 


(Dl 


8 


452 


4 


104 


1 


(Dl 


5 


77 


1 


(01 


4 


494 


2 


(01 


34 


69 
18 
9 
42 


10 695 
5 441 
2 357 
2 897 


32 

12 
11 
9 


16 422 
6 951 
5 713 
3 748 


65 
32 

9 
25 


5 652 
2 750 
1 193 
1 709 


15 
11 
2 
2 


2 179 

1 878 
(Dl 
(Dl 


29 

8 
12 
9 


2 570 
756 

1 515 
299 


54 
19 
12 
23 


3 052 

1 Oil 

843 

1 208 


9 
5 
1 
2 


1 155 
722 
(Dl 
(Dl 


48 
21 
10 
17 


3 125 

1 730 

379 

1 017 


15 
4 


370 
48 

310 
12 


35 

36 
37 

3a 


185 
19 
16 

150 


11 101 
2 550 

2 747 
5 804 


16 
4 
9 

3 


5 444 
129 

4 756 
559 


46 
9 
9 

28 


2 255 

377 

495 

1 384 


30 
9 

16 
5 


2 040 
745 

1 004 
291 


23 
7 

10 
6 


2 003 
481 

1 076 
445 


48 
6 
15 
27 


873 
157 
342 
364 


7 
2 

1 


958 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 


43 
15 
14 
14 


1 956 
961 
676 
319 


11 

1 
2 
8 


222 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 


39 
4C 
41 
42 


30 
20 
10 


4 051 
3 707 

344 


10 
8 
2 


(Dl 

3 344 

(Dl 


25 
18 

8 


1 288 

1 038 

250 


9 

9 


927 
927 


5 
5 


575 
575 


24 
17 

7 


900 
578 
322 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


20 
16 


1 038 
954 
84 


3 
3 


370 
370 


43 
44 


37 


2 823 


11 


1 638 


27 


1 515 


10 


899 


2 


(Dl 


19 


552 


8 


512 


27 


1.0) 


- 


- 


45 


79 
55 
24 


10 528 
9 445 
1 083 


24 
22 

2 


7 424 
(01 
(Dl 


71 
56 
15 


4 182 

3 492 

590 


23 
23 


2 328 
2 328 


13 
13 


1 453 
1 453 


50 
52 

8 


1 857 

1 727 

130 


10 
10 


1 137 
1 137 


56 

64 

2 


3 385 
(01 
(01 


6 
6 


57 
57 


47 
48 
49 


28 


2 016 


9 


1 199 


23 


1 073 


8 


218 


2 


(Dl 


12 


299 


6 


371 


12 


986 


1 


IDI 


5C 


19 


1 085 


3 


477 


9 


532 


4 


185 


3 


15 


3 


68 


2 


(Dl 


7 


915 


1 


(01 


51 


137 
13 
6 
52 
66 


12 655 

1 441 
445 

7 895 

2 873 


41 
6 

28 

7 


9 417 
733 

8 448 
236 


75 
8 
6 

32 

30 


4 058 

395 

316 

1 915 

1 442 


15 
5 

10 


1 433 
153 

1 270 


17 
1 

13 

3 


1 959 

(Dl 

1 738 
(Dl 


54 
8 
3 
33 
10 


1 483 
145 
(Dl 
(Dl 
275 


9 

1 
1 
7 


1 093 
(01 
(Dl 
905 


42 
7 
1 

26 
8 


2 932 

158 

(Dl 

1 919 

(Dl 


13 

11 

2 


788 

(Dl 
(01 


52 
53 

54 
55 
55 


49 


1 108 


8 


501 


16 


602 


4 


187 


5 


173 


8 


114 


3 


151 


10 


554 


2 


(Dl 


57 


841 
7 

646 
7 
21 

160 


190 320 

2 738 
126 759 

3 140 

4 298 
53 385 


301 
2 
201 
3 
34 
51 


167 294 

(Dl 

137 161 

4 267 

8 783 

IDI 


608 
12 

353 
7 
27 

199 


57 865 
764 

33 551 

872 

2 843 

19 835 


323 

1 

267 

5 
5 
45 


45 933 

(Ul 
37 510 
451 
481 
(01 


239 

3 
181 
8 
9 
38 


38 172 

73 

30 450 

601 

1 670 

5 378 


1 100 

8 

880 

4 

27 

181 


59 145 
261 

52 570 

500 

1 853 

13 861 


226 
5 

158 
2 
5 
56 


39 333 

(01 
25 885 

(Dl 
1 068 
10 421 


752 
8 

592 
14 
12 

126 


55 446 
526 

43 561 

935 

664 

9 759 


252 

2 
167 

2 

84 


23 049 

(Dl 

15 591 

(01 

1 051 

6 391 


56 
59 
6C 
61 
62 
63 


21 
16 


3 122 

1 975 

580 

566 


10 
10 


2 553 
2 553 


17 
9 
2 
6 


1 682 
911 
(Dl 
(01 


7 
7 


368 
358 


2 

2 


(Dl 
(01 


18 
13 

3 
2 


(01 
240 
85 
(Dl 


3 
2 
1 


353 
(01 
(Dl 


27 
19 

3 
5 


1 786 

1 638 

58 

90 


5 
1 
2 
2 


581 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


54 
55 
56 
57 


73 
18 
55 


4 575 
2 997 
1 578 


9 
8 

1 


2 580 
(01 
(Dl 


26 
15 
11 


1 260 
895 
364 


20 
20 


1 028 
1 028 


14 
10 
4 


1 191 

1 098 

93 


23 
14 
9 


571 
307 
264 


3 
3 


159 
159 


20 
16 


1 078 
935 
142 


8 
2 
6 


78 
(Dl 
(Dl 


68 
69 
70 



19-12 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



KENTON COUNTY 

COVINGTON 

ELSMERE 

ERLANGER 

LUDLOD 

PARK HILLS 

SOUTH FORT MITCHELL. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

KNOTT COUNTY 

KNOX COUNTY 

BARBOURVILLE 

CORBIN (PARTI ' 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LARUE COUNTY 

LAUREL COUNTY 

LONDON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LA»RENCE COUNTY 

LEE COUNTY 

LESLIE COUNTY 

LETCHER COUNTY 

JENKINS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LEWIS COUNTY 

LINCOLN COUNTY 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY 

LOGAN COUNTY 

RUSSELLVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

LYON COUNTY 

MCCRACKEN COUNTY 

PADUCAH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MCCREARY COUNTY 

MCLEAN COUNTY 

MADISON COUNTY 

BEREA 

RICHMOND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MAGOFFIN COUNTY 

MARION COUNTY 

LEBANON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . ■ 

MARSHALL COUNTY 

BENTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MARTIN COUNTY 

MASON COUNTY 

MAtSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MEADE COUNTY 

MENIFEE COUNTY 

MERCER COUNTY 

HARRODSauRG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

METCALFE COUNTY 

MONROE COUNTY 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

MOUNT STERLING 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

MORGAN COUNTY 

MUHLENBERG COUNTY 

CENTRAL CITY 

GREENVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 

Standard Notes; - Represents zero. 
*Nonstore retailers, pari of major group 53 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



105 

(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
are shown separately in this table. 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 

128 232 
87 129 

4 190 
8 2119 

5 223 



2 816 
8 121 



18 765 

It 501 

U 264 

« 751 

3 354 

3 821 

15 269 

1 749 
13 520 

4 352 
8 134 

2 951 

18 646 

13 712 

4 934 



83 849 
75 004 
8 845 

4 401 

7 321 

32 039 
7 377 

21 847 
2 815 



13 085 
10 861 
2 224 



22 596 
20 234 
2 362 

7 906 

764 

14 491 
13 034 
1 457 



17 136 
14 783 
2 353 



23 347 
11 841 
8 793 
2 713 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,0001 

14 910 

9 784 

373 

997 

599 

364 

1 027 

1 765 

224 



9 091 

8 242 

849 



2 870 
576 

2 117 
177 



1 457 

1 236 

221 



2 154 

1 105 

840 

209 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 

285 762 

190 509 

6 923 

20 005 

10 703 
6 569 

18 535 
32 518 

4 463 

13 915 

11 482 
1 080 
1 353 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



3 113 

2 827 

286 

129 

180 

1 114 
201 
348 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind-ofbusiness group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
number) 

55 



($1,000) 



1 453 
446 

2 778 
1 937 

841 



(D) 

2 002 

3 255 
ID) 

3 115 



(D) 



(D> 



1 781 
786 
995 



1 364 
848 
516 



(D) 
(D> 

728 

1 497 

2 586 
101 



2 051 
(01 
744 



General 
merchandise 
group stores* 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Corbin is in Knox and Whitley Counties. 



AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-13 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 









Kmd of-business group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug Stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


1 

E 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


c 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


, (No.) 


($1,000) 


(number 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




283 
180 

9 
19 
6 

8 
5lt 


39 798 
23 057 
2 862 

1 840 

2 345 
302 

4 242 

5 150 


61 
41 

1 
3 
1 
1 

14 


24 040 
21 000 
<D) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

708 


94 
42 
2 
11 

2 

5 

28 


10 019 

5 148 

(D) 

1 049 
337 
ID) 
719 

2 280 


35 
29 

3 
2 


3 479 

3 033 

IDI 

316 

ID) 


53 
38 

2 

1 
2 
2 


5 885 

4 493 
ID) 
702 
206 
(D) 
(D) 
IDI 


259 

175 
2 
8 
15 

6 
49 


15 139 

7 477 
10) 
999 
483 
(D) 
884 

4 487 


46 
32 

1 
2 
3 

1 
2 
5 


6 910 

4 055 
ID) 
(D) 
274 
(0) 
ID) 
514 


137 
92 
6 
3 

10 

1 
7 
18 


10 094 
7 472 
36 
265 
795 
ID) 
579 
ID) 


58 
23 

8 
6 

2 
5 
14 


1 489 
688 

84 
377 
ID) 

91 
ID) 


1 

2 
3 

5 
6 

7 
8 


72 


1 667 


4 


114 


21 


749 


6 


368 


8 


224 


6 


82 


1 


ID) 


8 


(Dl 


- 


- 


9 


98 
23 

71 


4 030 

2 024 

719 

1 287 


23 

20 

3 


1 604 
1 521 

83 


14 
2 
1 

11 


995 
(0) 
ID) 
611 


9 

7 

2 


(D) 
284 

ID) 


6 
5 


470 
470 


17 
14 

1 
2 


478 
451 
10) 
IDI 


2 
2 


IDI 
ID) 


10 
8 
1 

1 


420 
182 
ID) 
ID) 


: 


: 


10 
11 
12 
13 


32 


2 186 


4 


ID) 


11 


890 


4 


370 


6 


308 


15 


291 


3 


285 


18 


1 398 


6 


(01 


14 


70 
28 
«2 


5 262 
3 651 
1 611 


20 
15 

5 


5 340 

4 769 

571 


35 
20 
15 


3 105 
1 740 
1 365 


13 
11 
2 


10) 
951 
ID) 


16 

14 
2 


767 
10) 
IDI 


24 
11 
13 


828 
466 
362 


^ 


ID) 
(D) 


32 

18 
14 


616 
353 
263 


5 
5 


362 
362 


15 
16 
17 


53 


2 210 


4 


878 


8 


491 


6 


386 


4 


184 


13 


292 


2 


(D) 


10 


210 


2 


(Dl 


18 


42 


1 691 


7 


1 289 


12 


399 


6 


223 


2 


ID) 


8 


111 


1 


ID) 


5 


207 


- 


- 


19 


65 


1 837 


6 


901 


10 


815 


6 


230 


1 


ID) 


7 


66 


1 


ID) 


S 


231 


- 


- 


20 


122 

8 
lit 


6 204 

416 
5 788 


27 

3 
24 


3 230 

439 

2 791 


29 
3 
26 


1 517 

225 

1 292 


13 
13 


745 
745 


7 
7 


705 
705 


36 
7 
29 


366 
70 
296 


5 
2 

3 


(Dl 
IDI 
351 


17 
1 
16 


2 393 
ID) 
IDI 


1 
1 


(Dl 

(Dl 


21 
22 
23 


50 


2 247 


6 


993 


8 


574 


4 


513 


6 


135 


15 


246 


3 


149 


18 


924 


2 


101 


24 


67 


2 989 


12 


1 450 


24 


1 288 


7 


241 


S 


463 


9 


171 


2 


IDI 


27 


1 502 


4 


101 


25 


33 


1 368 


13 


508 


23 


905 


1 


ID) 


- 


- 


9 


289 


2 


ID) 


11 


549 


2 


IDI 


26 


71 
22 

49 


6 321 

3 834 
2 487 


17 
13 


4 055 
2 876 
1 179 


33 

21 
12 


2 005 

1 465 

540 


16 
11 
5 


1 262 

1 109 

153 


18 
12 
6 


678 
482 
196 


18 
12 
6 


541 

469 
72 


7 
3 


831 
602 
229 


25 

20 
5 


1 078 
IDI 
(D) 


5 


348 
(Dl 
(01 


27 
28 
29 


18 


1 097 


3 


178 


3 


204 


1 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


8 


173 


1 


IDI 


2 


IDI 


- 


- 


30 


132 
92 
40 


19 529 

14 828 
4 701 


59 
44 
15 


18 019 

17 115 

904 


92 
69 
23 


6 339 
5 042 
1 297 


38 
38 


5 663 
5 663 


42 
34 

8 


3 868 

3 742 

126 


116 
93 
23 


5 049 

4 518 

531 


23 
21 
2 


2 848 
(01 
(01 


98 
82 
16 


6 866 
5 586 
1 280 


37 
30 


1 086 
812 
274 


31 
32 
33 


81 


2 934 


7 


1 749 


23 


592 


8 


78 


4 


424 


8 


104 


2 


(Dl 


5 


108 


2 


(Dl 


34 


23 


1 523 


9 


1 905 


5 


373 


3 


53 


8 


212 


9 


186 


3 


250 


10 


777 


5 


71 


35 


103 
17 
53 
33 


8 964 
1 196 
6 513 
1 255 


28 
11 
10 

7 


6 748 

3 738 

2 053 

957 


39 
10 

24 
5 


3 660 
785 

2 348 
527 


21 

5 
16 


1 831 

185 

1 646 


18 
6 

10 
2 


1 174 
101 
938 
ID) 


47 
9 
37 

1 


2 149 
ID) 

1 718 
ID) 


8 
3 
5 


1 202 
403 
799 


61 
8 
42 
11 


3 582 
540 

2 703 
339 


16 
8 
8 


845 
90 
755 


36 
37 
38 
39 


72 


2 160 


4 


169 


7 


587 


3 


ID) 


3 


124 


10 


116 


1 


ID) 


4 


289 


2 


10) 


40 


36 
14 
22 


3 533 

2 876 

657 


12 
10 
2 


2 017 
(D) 

ID) 


20 
14 
6 


971 
763 
208 


8 
8 


846 
846 


9 
9 


430 
(D) 
ID) 


34 
18 
16 


1 007 
627 
380 


3 
3 


355 
355 


23 
18 

5 


3 061 

2 512 

549 


6 
2 

4 


30 
ID) 
ID) 


41 
42 
43 


65 
20 

45 


3 733 

1 573 

2 160 


17 
10 


5 229 

4 728 

501 


27 
13 

14 


1 746 
906 
840 


5 
3 
2 


164 
ID) 

,D) 


14 

7 
7 


1 060 
818 
242 


23 
9 

14 


702 
390 
312 


3 

2 

1 


357 
(Dl 
(Dl 


23 
8 
15 


994 
532 
462 


10 
5 
5 


318 
175 
143 


45 
46 


40 


1 199 


3 


ID) 


6 


397 


3 


127 


4 


227 


8 


94 


- 


- 


3 


9 


2 


ID) 


47 


47 
29 
18 


5 222 

4 532 

690 


10 
9 

1 


3 633 
ID) 
ID) 


21 
15 
6 


1 360 

1 101 

259 


18 
18 


2 249 
2 249 


13 
11 
2 


1 271 
ID) 
IDI 


50 
39 
11 


1 829 

1 510 

319 


5 
5 


772 
772 


42 
35 

7 


2 436 

1 810 

626 


8 
6 

2 


742 
IDI 
ID) 


48 
49 
50 


22 


1 678 


11 


2 349 


28 


2 016 


3 


86 


5 


223 


14 


607 


2 


(Dl 


13 


907 


4 


(Dl 


51 


17 


264 


- 


- 


1 


ID) 


- 


- 


1 


ID) 


4 


125 


1 


(D) 


- 


- 


2 


ID) 


52 


55 
31 
24 


4 301 
3 552 

749 


25 
23 
2 


2 930 
10) 
(Dl 


22 

19 

3 


1 373 

1 163 

210 


8 
8 


997 
997 


13 
11 
2 


1 159 
(01 
IDI 


18 
11 


705 
438 
267 


5 
5 


872 
872 


19 
17 
2 


1 277 
(Dl 
(Dl 


- 


I 


53 

54 
55 


34 


1 277 


9 


835 


12 


463 


2 


ID) 


2 


IDI 


6 


116 


3 


206 


7 


604 


4 


12 


55 


34 


2 105 


20 


2 676 


14 


341 


5 


216 


6 


318 


14 


253 


5 


487 


20 


656 


14 


342 


57 


51 
32 
19 


5 229 

4 619 

610 


25 
11 

14 


3 008 

2 206 

802 


25 
15 
10 


1 410 
986 

424 


12 
12 


774 
774 


6 
6 


544 
544 


30 
27 

3 


917 
(0) 

ID) 


4 


587 
587 


24 
18 
6 


3 049 

2 820 

229 


6 

2 


16 
ID) 
IDI 


58 
59 
60 


54 


1 766 


8 


3 266 


9 


324 


3 


71 


6 


139 


8 


277 


1 


(Dl 


12 


716 


2 


IDI 


51 


96 
20 
13 
63 


7 936 
3 102 
2 289 
2 545 


15 
10 

5 


6 053 
3 302 
2 751 


32 
11 
11 
10 


2 044 
758 
795 
491 


17 
8 
9 


1 712 
840 
872 


12 

5 

7 


749 
307 
442 


41 
16 
11 
14 


1 310 
762 
396 
152 


7 
4 
3 


937 
(Dl 
(01 


24 
10 
8 
6 


1 234 
726 
365 
143 


9 

3 
2 


603 
555 
IDI 
(01 


52 
53 

54 
55 



19-14 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 







Total 1 


Kind-of-busmess group | 


E 

E 


County and city 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 


Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 


General 
merchandise 
group stores • 


1 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


unincor- 
porated 
businesses 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


1 
2 
3 


NELSON COUNTY 


213 
95 
118 


129 
73 
56 


18 485 
13 408 
5 077 


16 975 
13 186 
3 789 


1 535 

1 405 

229 


30 842 
25 115 
4 727 


578 
454 
124 


221 
89 
132 


12 
5 

7 


2 322 

2 041 
261 


23 

7 
15 


1 562 

503 
1 059 


REMSINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


4 


NICHOLAS COUNTY 


61 


41 


4 097 


3 883 


3'57 


7 809 


147 


70 


2 


IDI 


« 


189 


5 
6 




184 
95 


94 
55 


13 331 
10 637 


11 799 
9 237 


997 
690 


17 853 
14 030 


344 
221 


186 
93 


14 
10 


1 764 
768 


10 

3 


555 
194 


OLDHAM COUNTY 






76 


40 


5 681 


4 665 


432 


7 641 


151 


80 


5 


918 


5 


365 


8 


0*SLEY COUNTY 


59 


15 


1 344 


634 


50 


873 


23 


64 


2 


(D) 


- 


- 


10 
11 


PENDLETON COUNTY 


117 
69 
48 


65 
49 
16 


9 506 
7 393 
2 113 


8 022 
6 907 
1 115 


749 
664 
85 


12 515 
11 003 
1 512 


239 
204 
35 


124 
70 
54 


8 

1 


1 022 
(Dl 
IDl 


5 

3 
2 


360 
(01 
(01 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


12 
13 

14 


PERRY COUNTY 


342 
135 
207 


158 
101 
57 


26 176 
17 030 
9 146 


22 410 
16 196 
6 214 


2 184 

1 538 

545 


42 579 
31 813 
10 756 


795 
599 
197 


331 
121 
210 


9 

8 

1 


1 783 
IDI 
ID) 


16 
5 
13 


3 421 
1 551 
1 870 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


15 
16 
17 


PIKE 


680 
191 

489 


264 
121 
143 


45 709 
20 814 
24 895 


37 313 
19 062 
18 251 


3 524 
2 037 
1 587 


73 741 
41 431 
32 310 


1 209 
663 
546 


657 
166 

501 


23 
10 
13 


4 356 
1 230 
3 126 


39 
9 

30 


4 662 

2 497 
2 155 


F 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


18 


POKELL COUNTY 


81 


25 


3 412 


2 342 


197 


3 657 


87 


98 


3 


514 


1 


(Dl 


19 
20 
21 


PULASKI COUNTY 


384 
189 
195 


192 
119 

73 


30 869 
20 357 
10 512 


25 869 
18 311 
7 558 


2 302 

1 744 

558 


45 050 
33 581 

11 469 


947 
590 
257 


427 
205 
222 


19 
11 
8 


2 475 

2 142 

333 


20 
13 


2 655 

1 663 

992 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


22 


ROBERTSON COUNTY 


17 


9 


621 


383 


34 


532 


13 


16 


- 


- 


1 


(Dl 


23 


ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 


157 


67 


7 198 


5 398 


353 


5 392 


168 


151 


7 


398 


12 


758 


2"t 
25 
26 


ROWAN COUNTY 


159 
96 
63 


79 
70 
9 


12 481 
10 078 
2 403 


10 245 

9 612 

633 


944 
886 
58 


18 725 
17 717 
1 008 


367 
342 
25 


171 
105 
65 


9 
6 
3 


1 413 

1 124 

289 


11 
8 

3 


885 
811 
74 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


27 


RUSSELL COUNTY 


168 


62 


8 908 


6 652 


380 


7 591 


198 


190 


10 


939 


" 


142 


28 
29 
30 


SCOTT COUNTY 

GEORGETOWN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


132 
102 
30 


88 
74 
14 


13 398 
11 944 
1 454 


12 255 

11 282 

974 


1 255 

1 155 

99 


23 152 
21 147 
2 005 


466 
419 
47 


144 
106 
36 


9 
8 

1 


849 
IDl 
(Dl 


5 

5 
1 


455 
(Dl 
(Dl 


31 
32 
33 


SHELBY COUNTY 

SHELBYVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTS. . . . 


157 
113 


113 
85 
28 


21 152 
16 436 
4 716 


20 010 
15 678 
4 332 


1 775 

1 408 

368 


33 101 
26 129 
6 972 


575 
451 
124 


164 
115 
49 


16 
12 
4 


4 299 
2 620 
1 679 


12 

7 
5 


950 

707 
243 


34 
35 
36 


SIMPSON COUNTY 


116 
104 
12 


84 
80 


16 062 
14 995 
1 067 


15 450 

14 563 

887 


1 405 

1 336 

69 


24 555 

23 203 

1 353 


469 
439 
30 


119 
104 
15 


8 
8 


1 513 
1 513 


5 
4 
1 


897 
(01 
(Dl 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


37 


SPENCER COUNTY 


41 


23 


3 856 


3 450 


275 


4 944 


102 


45 


4 


1 193 


1 


(Dl 


38 
39 
40 


TAYLOR COUNTY 

CAMPBELLSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


224 
182 
42 


132 
120 
12 


17 270 
15 544 
1 726 


15 298 
14 208 
1 090 


1 455 

1 376 

89 


27 276 
25 253 
2 023 


535 

505 

31 


233 

165 
47 


17 
14 
3 


2 284 

1 952 

332 


14 
12 

2 


1 146 
(01 
(Dl 






159 


81 


9 136 


7 140 


604 


12 398 


292 


183 


9 


752 


10 


654 


42 


TRIGG COUNTY 


103 


55 


6 802 


5 508 


433 


8 682 


193 


115 


3 


547 


5 


175 


43 


TRIMBLE COUNTY 


44 


30 


2 550 


I 984 


146 


2 501 


58 


43 


3 


45 


1 


IDI 


45 
46 


UNION COUNTY 

MORGANFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


177 
68 

109 


129 

54 
75 


13 645 

6 569 

7 076 


12 897 
6 465 
6 432 


1 244 
632 
512 


24 311 

11 643 

12 668 


472 
232 
240 


200 
76 
124 


10 
4 
6 


1 622 

1 235 

587 


7 
2 
5 


553 
(Dl 
(01 


47 
48 
49 


WARREN COUNTY 

BOWLING GREEN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


521 
406 
115 


351 
300 

51 


65 432 
59 094 
6 338 


61 834 
56 922 
4 912 


5 925 

6 527 
398 


131 753 

124 717 

7 036 


2 388 

2 231 

157 


516 
392 

124 


36 

34 


7 235 

6 950 

265 


18 
14 


7 764 

7 512 

252 


50 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


103 


65 


8 366 


7 332 


609 


11 141 


235 


126 


6 


729 


12 


452 


51 
52 
53 


WAYNE COUNTY 

MOf.TICELLO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


123 
79 
44 


59 
51 
8 


9 104 
7 644 
1 460 


7 396 

6 806 

590 


557 
530 
27 


10 094 

9 658 

436 


244 

228 

16 


134 
69 
45 


7 
6 

1 


836 
(Dl 
IDI 


5 
2 


579 
(01 
(01 


54 
55 
56 


WEBSTER COUNTY 

PROVIDENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


193 
69 
124 


117 
45 
72 


13 568 
5 997 
7 571 


11 272 

5 175 

6 097 


890 
397 
493 


17 558 
7 617 
9 941 


360 
159 
201 


200 
72 
128 


14 
2 
12 


1 795 
(Dl 
101 


6 
2 
6 


552 

ID) 
(01 


57 
58 
59 
60 


WHITLEY COUNTY 

CORBIN (PART) ' 

WILLIAMSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


365 
171 
SB 
106 


183 
HI 
54 
18 


26 090 
14 551 
6 700 
4 839 


22 386 

13 445 
6 116 
2 825 


2 215 

1 443 

479 

293 


42 319 
28 159 
9 954 
4 205 


852 
568 
199 
85 


363 
169 
105 
109 


15 
9 

3 
3 


1 374 
529 
101 
(01 


21 
11 
6 
2 


2 922 

1 948 

(Dl 

(Dl 


61 


WOLFE COUNTY 


62 


18 


3 327 


2 183 


127 


2 934 


54 


70 


- 


- 


13 


699 


62 
63 

64 


WOODFORD COUNTY 

VERSAILLES 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


156 
102 

54 


92 
70 
22 


12 420 
10 267 
2 153 


10 852 
9 501 
1 351 


987 
853 
134 


18 318 
15 841 
2 477 


356 
300 
56 


152 
105 
56 


11 
7 
4 


895 
705 
190 


10 
6 

4 


657 
513 
154 



Standaril Notes: - Represents zero. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of maior group 53, 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not 
are sliown separately in this table. 'Corbin i 



available. (X) 
s in Knox and Whi 



Not applicable. 
Iley Counties. 



AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-15 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 



Kind ofbusmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotiue 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessorv 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores. 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers ■ 


1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 

lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


= 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number: 


($1,000) 




37 
8 
29 


4 957 
3 443 
1 514 


11 

7 


2 805 

2 469 

335 


34 
15 
18 


1 705 

1 108 

597 


9 

5 


878 
842 
36 


3 


507 
454 
53 


39 
19 
20 


1 099 
740 
359 


4 
2 

2 


592 
(01 
(01 


33 

18 
15 


(01 

1 239 

(01 


1 
1 


(01 
(Dl 


1 
2 
3 


18 


1 223 


7 


735 


5 


363 


3 


285 


4 


176 


9 


177 


2 


(D) 


7 


335 


- 


- 


4 


61 


3 638 


11 


3 703 


30 


1 418 


7 


288 


8 


179 


18 


389 


" 


576 


20 


(01 


1 


(01 


5 


19 


2 162 


11 


4 595 


20 


1 459 


3 


191 


1 


(D) 


14 


451 


3 


359 


5 


250 


6 


(01 


5 


23 


1 769 


5 


953 


10 


400 


3 


279 


2 


(Dl 


10 


198 


2 


(01 


7 


392 


« 


25 


■> 


30 


615 


- 


- 


7 


283 


1 


(Dl 


3 


49 


5 


58 


- 


- 


10 


192 


1 


(01 


a 


to 

12 
28 


2 553 

1 578 

975 


13 
11 
2 


2 118 
ID) 
101 


13 

8 
5 


999 
695 
304 


3 

3 


269 
269 


3 
3 


209 
209 


14 

7 


932 

485 


3 

2 

1 


(D) 
(D) 
(01 


10 

8 

2 


(Dl 
714 
(Dl 


5 
5 


45 
45 


9 
10 

11 


1«5 
32 
113 


7 431 
3 912 
3 519 


20 

15 

5 


4 600 

4 303 

297 


32 


2 001 

1 171 

830 


14 
9 

5 


1 333 

1 150 
183 


11 
8 

3 


1 193 
827 
366 


42 
22 
20 


1 065 
770 
295 


3 
1 


554 
(01 
(01 


44 
18 
25 


2 545 
1 129 
1 517 


3 
1 
2 


48 
(Dl 
(01 


12 

13 

14 


331 

48 
283 


16 514 

4 538 
12 076 


34 
15 
19 


7 659 
5 626 
1 033 


87 
21 
66 


4 275 

1 371 

2 905 


21 

18 

3 


1 395 

1 328 

57 


22 

15 

7 


2 000 

1 088 

912 


63 
20 

43 


1 551 
795 
865 


5 

5 


456 
465 


41 
26 

15 


2 275 

809 

1 466 


14 
10 


345 
65 
280 


15 
16 
17 


38 


1 302 


4 


359 


5 


325 


2 


(0) 


3 


51 


11 


250 


- 


- 


10 


342 


» 


34 


18 


111 
13 
71 


7 651 
5 222 
2 439 


28 
15 
13 


5 148 
3 505 

2 542 


58 
27 
31 


3 538 

1 519 

2 019 


12 
12 


1 741 
1 741 


21 
15 
6 


1 874 

1 604 

270 


29 

17 
12 


1 709 

1 001 

708 


5 

1 


573 
(Dl 
(01 


58 
30 
28 


1 994 

1 029 

965 


20 
B 
12 


501 
(01 
(01 


19 
20 
21 


9 


392 


- 


- 


2 


(Dl 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


(01 


- 


- 


3 


72 


- 


- 


22 


5« 


2 076 


3 


(Dl 


21 


1 505 


10 


282 


2 


(Dl 


15 


211 


3 


286 


23 


1 040 


7 


197 


23 


52 
15 
37 


4 043 
2 553 
1 380 


12 

11 

1 


1 538 
(D) 
IDl 


15 
10 
5 


1 288 

1 105 

182 


11 

11 


559 
559 


6 
6 


483 
483 


15 
11 


928 
777 
151 


J 


387 
387 


13 
12 

1 


597 
(Dl 
(01 


10 

2 
8 


360 
(01 

(01 


24 
25 
25 


51 


2 418 


18 


1 928 


30 


1 057 


9 


553 


8 


295 


13 


271 


3 


351 


19 


791 


3 


53 


27 


33 

20 
13 


4 158 

3 765 

393 


10 
8 
2 


2 629 
101 

IDl 


21 
14 

7 


1 248 

1 025 

222 


10 
10 


907 
907 


a 

7 
1 


(01 
685 
(01 


16 
14 
2 


779 
(D) 
(01 


3 

3 


716 
715 


14 
11 

3 


934 
504 
330 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(Dl 


28 
29 
30 


32 
19 
13 


5 004 

4 304 

700 


10 
8 
2 


3 825 
(01 
(01 


12 
5 


1 024 
292 
732 


9 
9 


925 
925 


12 
12 


842 
842 


15 
12 
3 


907 
499 
408 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(01 


29 
23 

5 


2 835 

2 349 

487 


8 


(Dl 
58 
(01 


31 
32 
33 


27 
20 

7 


3 284 

3 008 

276 


14 
12 
2 


2 548 
(0) 
IDl 


17 
15 

1 


1 580 
(01 
(Dl 


7 
7 


501 
501 


5 
5 


295 
295 


5 
5 


(01 
273 
(01 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(01 


20 
19 

1 


4 156 

(01 
(Dl 


5 
5 


564 
564 


34 
35 
36 


11 


713 


2 


•(Dl 


8 


415 


3 


(Dl 


- 


- 


6 


113 


1 


(D) 


5 


374 


- 


- 


37 


62 
39 
23 


4 511 
4 023 

488 


20 
15 


2 495 

2 243 

252 


24 
20 


1 583 
1 299 

384 


12 
12 


1 396 
1 396 


U 

11 


978 
978 


19 
17 
2 


598 
(01 
(01 


4 


437 
437 


25 
25 


1 418 
1 418 


16 
12 


322 

314 

8 


38 
39 

40 


61 


2 421 


5 


1 241 


17 


1 093 


10 


234 


6 


208 


15 


432 


« 


555 


17 


1 466 


5 


80 


41 


11 


2 466 


5 


1 328 


12 


622 


4 


369 


2 


(01 


15 


374 


2 


(01 


10 


511 


« 


15 


42 


12 


759 


3 


175 


8 


481 


1 


(D) 


1 


(01 


10 


298 


1 


(01 


4 


539 


- 


- 


43 


39 
9 
30 


3 434 
1 544 
1 890 


13 
8 
5 


2 423 
1 256 
1 167 


23 
11 
12 


1 166 

480 
585 


7 
3 


469 
258 
211 


10 
4 
6 


598 
239 
359 


33 
10 
23 


588 
206 
482 


8 
3 

5 


521 
255 
365 


23 

11 
12 


1 817 
922 
895 


2 
2 


(Dl 
(01 


it 

45 


12« 
73 
51 


13 711 

11 437 
2 274 


30 
25 

5 


9 273 

8 923 

350 


59 
15 


5 130 
3 891 
1 239 


29 
27 
2 


3 789 
(01 

(Dl 


29 
26 
3 


3 192 

3 127 

65 


76 
12 


3 588 
3 348 

340 


13 
12 

1 


2 398 
(Dl 
(01 


75 
53 
12 


7 463 
6 090 
1 373 


30 
24 
5 


1 789 
1 755 

34 


47 
48 
49 


27 


2 118 


13 


2 022 


8 


521 


4 


547 


4 


255 


8 


264 


« 


407 


13 


(01 


2 


(01 


50 


36 
12 
24 


2 311 

1 850 

451 


10 
6 


1 402 

1 365 

36 


15 
8 

7 


876 
760 
115 


8 
8 


535 
535 


6 
5 


224 
(Dl 
(Dl 


13 

8 
5 


277 
210 
57 


5 
5 


617 
617 


11 
10 
1 


730 
(01 
(01 


5 
5 


717 
(01 
(01 


51 
52 
53 


57 
21 
36 


3 484 
1 568 
1 816 


15 
6 
9 


2 835 

2 207 

628 


26 

7 
19 


1 335 
473 
852 


10 
5 

5 


327 
212 
115 


7 
4 
3 


280 
156 

124 


25 
8 
17 


332 

107 
225 


9 
5 


408 
220 
188 


19 
9 
10 


1 960 

445 

1 514 


3 
3 


260 
250 


54 
55 
55 


112 
33 

18 
61 


7 314 
3 201 
2 804 
1 309 


28 
18 

2 
8 


4 991 

2 555 

(D) 

(01 


48 
26 
5 
17 


2 670 

1 636 

331 

703 


26 
11 
15 


1 180 
547 
533 


15 
13 

1 
1 


1 586 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 


17 
15 
11 


1 523 
803 
240 
480 


9 
7 
2 


1 038 
(0) 
(01 


40 

21 

18 

1 


1 110 
(0! 
446 
(01 


5 
2 


382 
(01 

(Dl 


57 
58 
59 
60 


23 


598 


6 


1 288 


4 


150 


1 


(01 


- 


- 


4 


(01 


1 


(01 


10 


291 


- 


- 


61 


39 
17 
22 


3 818 

2 903 

915 


5 
1 


1 841 
(0) 
(D) 


12 
11 
1 


1 230 
(Dl 
(01 


8 
6 
2 


399 
(Dl 
(Dl 


10 

7 
3 


399 

(Dl 
(0, 


19 
14 

5 


472 
388 
84 


3 

1 


510 
(Dl 
(D) 


34 
27 

7 


2 154 

1 872 

292 


4 


24 
24 


62 
63 

64 



19-16 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
5211 
5251 
5252 



543 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



CINCINNATI, 0HIO-Ky.-IIID.,SMSA 



RETAIL TRABE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL • . . 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING , . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING . . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME A«D AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

HEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES '• 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' W 
MISCELLANEOUS APpSREL. 



Consists of Clermont, Hamilton, and Harm Counties, Otiio; Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties, Ky., and Deartjorn County, Ind. 



1 618 

1 115 

128 



77 720 
29 162 
12 473 



243 488 
196 720 
26 566 



413 648 

368 463 

15 097 

452 

3 964 

2 771 

9 443 

10 826 

9 527 

1 299 

1 316 

1 316 



292 318 

247 027 

214 984 

8 175 

23 868 

16 947 

19 652 

1 989 

6 703 

4 036 

1 974 

693 



74 201 
15 752 
14 705 
1 047 



75 368 
29 104 
12 211 



243 032 
196 720 
26 310 
18 328 



389 582 

348 593 

13 961 

420 

2 922 

2 248 

9 377 

9 996 

9 351 

645 

1 214 

854 



289 046 

246 867 

214 824 

8 175 

23 868 

14 671 

19 386 

1 989 

6 133 

3 850 



(01 



24 870 
21 932 
2 938 



10 373 
4 339 
1 629 



31 469 

25 362 

1 330 

58 

226 

331 

1 049 

2 841 
2 696 

145 



1 058 

2 130 

1 275 

2 890 
240 
608 



10 884 
2 393 

2 209 

184 

3 907 
3 505 

402 



205 687 
83 058 
31 130 



770 645 
646 120 
73 928 
45 938 



613 538 

493 526 

25 087 

942 

4 017 

6 163 

20 696 

55 727 

52 772 

2 955 

3 869 
3 511 



522 230 

428 950 

370 533 

22 074 

36 343 

22 360 

55 355 

4 646 

10 917 

7 762 



75 037 

66 616 

8 421 

1 775 



9 420 

7 243 

345 



375 

1 050 

998 



4 853 
3 711 
3 216 



3 528 

759 
715 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-17 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



Witti 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establisti- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees, 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors ol 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov- 15 


businesses 



(number) 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.mjMSA-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS I . . 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES!. 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS ^ 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES . 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. 



2 390 
1 383 
1 008 



77 981 
57 61(3 
117 798 

6 182 
1 559 

890 
1 214 

7 985 
6 565 
5 768 



Its 131 

99 770 

77 251 

8 244 

9 624 
4 651 

45 361 



61 763 

60 196 

1 567 



1 714 

1 196 

10 757 

12 464 

4 245 
178 

4 042 

3 999 

5 748 

1 703 

2 036 
2 066 
1 399 

4 789 



411 



37 495 
3 276 
16 052 
18 165 



74 885 
55 559 
46 562 

5 696 
1 389 

832 
1 080 
7 195 

6 539 
5 592 
1 113 
4 479 



137 081 

95 152 

73 677 

8 210 



61 251 

59 688 

1 563 



1 989 
966 

1 003 

3 156 

2 629 
527 

7 792 
1 664 
1 096 
10 125 
12 154 

4 165 
(Dl 
(D> 

3 927 

5 132 
1 467 

1 698 

2 052 
1 181 

4 659 
357 



(D) 
685 



29 097 
3 142 
15 534 



11 080 

8 355 

6 692 

1 022 

259 

127 

255 

869 

911 

945 

140 

805 



31 097 
23 938 

16 509 
2 763 



973 

959 
169 
275 
234 
130 
1 067 
65 
(D) 



4 732 

209 

2 253 

2 270 



211 537 
158 536 
123 548 
22 552 



15 894 
17 978 
19 129 



628 316 

480 102 
371 297 
54 927 
35 018 
18 850 
148 214 



233 722 

40 346 
15 036 



495 


8 975 


404 


7 355 


91 


1 520 


704 


12 897 


179 


4 156 


252 


4 665 


187 


38 209 


942 


35 501 


552 


9 435 



4 176 
2 808 
21 732 
1 295 



92 551 

4 449 

43 154 

44 948 



2 428 

1 634 

1 445 

215 



13 344 
10 369 
7 954 

1 080 
944 
391 

2 975 



3 342 
729 
236 



447 
277 
168 



312 
255 
972 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-18 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish' 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



(number) 



521 

522 
523 

521 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5112 
5U3 

5aii 

545 
546 
5U62 
5U53 
5«9 



55PT(55lll 



562-31 568 
562 

563 1 568 
563 ( 



EVANSVIllE, l'ID.KY.,SMSA 
HUNTINGTDNASHUiNO, % VA.KY.-OHIO, SMSA 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEKING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

HEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANuFAC ruR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER ; , . . . 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES .... i ... . 
SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



Data for this Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area will be presented in Volume II, Part 2, Chapter 16. 



Consists of Cabell and Wayne Counties, W. Va.; Boyd County, Ky.; and Lawrence County, Ohio. 



12 977 


12 667 


4 083 


4 083 


3 410 


3 390 


(Dl 


(D) 


(0) 


(D) 


(Dl 


_ 


3 363 


3 149 


1 040 


1 028 


42 017 


41 981 


27 482 


27 482 


7 842 


7 834 



17 763 
4 158 
4 158 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



17 
36 

2 
9 




2 034 

4 006 

(01 

(D) 


25 

5 




2 914 
259 


X) NotappI 


cable 





58 504 
46 775 
35 820 



6 056 
4 182 
1 160 



5 784 
4 283 
3 228 



2 521 
633 
633 



1 046 
907 
139 



32 997 

12 lie 

6 274 



113 871 
78 340 
20 468 



108 277 
79 040 
58 427 



2 985 

1 202 

138 



48 985 
12 428 
12 428 



21 002 
18 238 
2 764 



2 258 

1 441 

530 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-19 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov, 15 


businesses 



HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND, W. VA.-KY,-OHI0, SMSA- Continued 



FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EOUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY! CURTAIN! UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA! GLASSWARE! METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STOREb 

RADIO! TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES i 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK! STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES! BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY! GRAIN! FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS 

COAL AiMD WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES! STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS! NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA! PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT! NOVELTY! SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE! LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY! TOY! GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES i . . . 

PET SHOPS • 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



13 369 
9 355 

7 716 



(01 

(Dl 
2 018 

922 
1 07tt 

220 

a5tt 



15 129 
12 605 
8 955 



10 309 

9 630 

679 



16 535 

5 857 

5tl 



2 168 

1 568 

1 26« 

206 



3 317 
2 935 
2 174 



39 698 
28 762 
22 879 
« Oil 

1 358 
ID) 
(D) 

5 006 

2 192 

3 738 
473 

3 265 



64 458 
57 332 

42 164 



30 163 

29 532 

631 



37 082 
5 988 
1 701 



1 624 
I 430 
1 052 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) *ithtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-20 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 continu 



ed 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(numlffir) 



Witti 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 

estabiisb- 

ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
worliweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

52« 
5251 
5252 



542 

5a3 
5lt« 
545 
546 
5462 
5463 
549 



561 


567 


551 




567 




562 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHiSED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCyCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES ....... 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 
FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES i . . 

SHOE STORES i . . 

MEN.S SHOE STORES i . . 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



Coextensive with Fayette County, Ky. 



Standarb Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not availahlc. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



15 384 


15 130 


4 876 


4 656 


4 561 


4 533 


(01 


ID) 


101 


(D) 


ID) 


ID) 


1 368 


1 368 


2 9U9 


2 949 


31 356 


31 322 


24 026 


24 026 


6 326 


6 320 



40 788 
32 034 
23 915 
2 960 



40 662 
32 034 
23 915 
2 960 



15 065 


14 707 


18 639 

3 849 

3 829 

20 


18 603 
3 829 
3 829 


6 743 

5 996 

747 

202 


6 743 

5 996 

747 

202 



380 


44 016 


950 


17 053 


632 


10 925 


ID) 


ID) 


ID)' 


(D) 


ID) 


(Dl 


lai 


4 228 


348 


7 163 


095 


79 616 


994 


68 908 


996 


18 741 



80 606 

65 733 

50 020 

6 859 

8 854 

1 996 

8 637 

ID) 

101 



52 543 
12 958 
12 958 



17 671 

15 671 

2 000 

769 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-21 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-contin 



ued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



LKIHGTON SMSA -Conlimied 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINt UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINAi GLASSHAREi METALWARE STORES • . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIOi TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 



DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORESi SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOKi STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORESi BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAYi GRAINi FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUELi ICE DEALERS i 

COAL AND *00D DEALERS. . . . i . . 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORESi STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS I NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERAi PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFTi NOVELTYi SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGEi LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY I TOY I GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER ; 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES i 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING I HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



15 739 

13 763 

10 085 

1 154 

2 202 
322 

1 976 



22 303 

6 872 
1 710 



10 53H 

« 510 

3 735 

l»27 

318 



2 935 

2 236 

853 



15 007 
13 199 
9 579 



1 813 
836 
687 



3 386 
3 095 

2 310 
313 
423 

49 
291 



2 570 
607 
291 



33 692 

15 104 

12 605 

1 100 

1 399 



8 806 
7 679 
2 103 



69 245 
63 741 
45 476 
6 462 
10 709 
1 094 
5 504 



49 927 
11 464 

5 809 
531 

5 278 



(D) 



6 306 
2 612 
1 222 



1 678 
1 549 
1 158 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-22 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 

521 

5251 

5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



5«3 

Sui 

5115 
5tt6 
5U62 
51163 
519 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3.568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



LOUISVILLE. KY.-IND. .SWSA 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS . . . . • 
HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES i . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL ; . . 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



;SED. 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCH 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED ....... 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

EN'S. BOYS" APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STOr^ES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES '. 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' W 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Consists of fefferson County, Ky., and Clark and Floyd Counties, Ind. 



37 539 
13 67a 
« 697 
1 573 
3 U70 
707 
8 122 
5 296 



145 2«1 

111 076 

22 07H 

10 816 



224 805 
213 015 

2 339 
932 

1 425 

819 

1 966 

3 702 
3 039 

663 
421 
186 



51 223 
13 503 

13 044 
459 

19 917 

16 304 

3 613 

296 



35 619 
13 506 
4 379 



144 851 
111 076 
21 852 
10 654 



214 009 
203 479 

2 339 
932 
651 
621 

1 904 

3 528 
3 019 

509 
375 
180 



187 96B 
147 989 
128 911 



17 328 

11 815 

5 538 

5 298 



50 543 

13 175 

12 782 

393 

19 795 

16 252 

3 543 

296 



4 898 

1 651 

790 



21 352 
15 931 
3 583 
1 634 



17 694 
13 277 
11 298 



1 435 

1 917 

683 

382 



7 904 
2 325 
2 224 



423 975 
317 653 
66 156 
37 212 



308 646 
275 144 

3 871 
1 898 

1 380 

2 343 

4 752 
IB 216 
15 898 

2 318 
473 
569 



346 698 

263 242 

225 504 

(Dl 

(D> 

24 065 

38 230 

13 513 

7 648 

4 080 

3 568 



56 927 
48 038 
8 889 



1 121 


21 479 


1 232 


23 154 


ID) 


IDI 


468 


8 852 


(D) 


ID) 


609 


11 542 



1 049 
280 
163 



7 799 
5 668 

1 542 
524 



3 189 
2 286 
1 913 



1 223 

1 008 
215 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-23 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweel( 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees, 


proprie 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unmcor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


busmesses 



LOUISVILLE. KY.IND..SMSA- Continued 



1 275 
792 
552 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES. ...... 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES ... 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES • 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES i 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS • 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS ■ 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGiOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



«3 609 

27 569 

22 7«6 

3 148 

742 

715 

21S 

10 275 

2 560 

3 205 
285 

2 920 



78 895 
56 274 
38 725 
7 046 
6 372 
4 131 
22 621 



64 296 
26 158 

4 642 
680 

3 962 



417 
3 888 

620 

737 
5 725 
5 004 
2 210 

391 



2 967 
583 
404 

1 197 
728 

3 280 



24 029 

733 

12 947 

10 349 



42 507 
26 711 
22 192 
2 920 



75 317 
54 638 
37 693 
7 045 
6 018 
3 881 
20 579 



60 084 
25 092 

4 056 
496 

3 550 

1 104 
(D) 
(01 

2 398 

2 017 
381 

3 750 
620 
737 

5 335 

4 622 
2 092 



21 723 

725 

12 515 

8 383 



5 979 

4 750 

3 764 

571 

126 

244 

45 

1 210 

346 

573 



1 931 

1 105 

945 

3 009 



6 019 

5 918 

101 



128 497 

85 889 

58 522 

10 571 

2 225 

4 565 

805 

21 923 

7 016 

12 559 

628 

12 041 



341 324 
278 887 
185 320 
38 589 
32 555 
21 422 
52 437 



138 392 
32 253 

13 427 

3 035 
10 392 

4 420 



(0) 



4 829 

1 078 

2 512 
16 553 
13 696 

5 508 



7 


257 




86? 




351 


3 


268 


2 


119 


17 


566 




(D) 


1 


445 


1 


952 



66 255 
2 760 
25 187 
38 319 



271 
730 

498 



864 
299 
148 



19-24 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



522-521 

5251 

5252 



5U2 
5U3 
5il« 
5H5-5U9 



56 

561 t 567 

562-3 1568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

561.569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 
595 
596 
597 
598 



BOYD COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSiC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in ttiis table. 



997 

168 

715 

1 128 



3 757 

2 596 

1*36 



322 
2119 
153 
997 
156 



587 


10 971 


185 


3 681 


156 


2 85"t 


136 


2 614 


20 


240 



8 lie 

4 841 
3 277 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-25 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



CAMPBELL COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (NA) Not 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



2 696 
1 085 

862 
306 



27 015 

24 714 

707 



3 398 

1 020 

1 073 

940 



9 683 
5 377 
4 306 



7 069 

3 724 

205 

212 
390 
634 
796 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



1 075 
419 
660 
306 



24 793 

22 802 

461 



3 344 

1 020 

1 073 

940 



4 015 

3 511 

504 



390 
588 
784 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 708 

1 114 

594 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
neatest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



3 197 

1 254 
1 519 

517 



39 557 

32 272 

876 



34 514 
22 914 
11 600 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



19-26 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




CHRISTIAN COUNTY 


























62 624 


59 280 


6 406 


127 448 


2 195 


534 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


















52 
521 

522-524 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


24 
5 
6 
5 
6 


22 

6 
4 
6 
6 


5 981 

2 105 

259 

1 552 

2 054 


5 937 

2 106 

215 

1 562 

2 054 


738 
237 
34 
261 
206 


15 445 
5 080 
635 
5 130 
4 500 


195 
58 
9 
74 
54 


15 

4 

5 

2 


53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


16 
2 
5 

8 


14 
2 
6 
6 


4 391 
(Dl 

1 071 
(0) 


4 371 
(Dl 

1 071 
(01 


601 
(Dl 
168 
(Dl 


10 924 

3 120 
(Dl 


253 

(D) 
77 
(01 


11 

(Dl 

3 

(0) 


511 

5141 

542 

543 

544 

545-549 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


115 

105 

1 

1 
3 


57 

50 

1 

1 

3 


13 068 

12 346 

(Dl 

ID) 

ID) 


11 286 

10 558 

(01 

(01 

(01 


714 
529 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


13 407 

11 875 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 


285 
248 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 


130 
120 

(Dl 


MEAT RKLTS. i^- ^ _ h.A kftc 


(Dl 




(01 




(Dl 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






















43 


21 


11 455 


10 934 


1 HI 


23 911 


252 


45 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 






















79 


67 


5 087 


5 613 


506 


10 243 


207 


89 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


















56 

561 1 567 

562-31 568 

562 

563.568 

565 

556 

564.569 




31 
9 
8 
5 
3 
5 
8 


31 
9 
8 
5 
3 
5 
8 


4 413 

1 053 

1 212 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 355 

(01 

(01 


4 413 

1 053 

1 212 

(01 

(01 

1 365 

(01 

(01 


517 
141 
161 
(01 
(Dl 
143 
(01 
(Dl 


9 598 

2 519 

3 142 
- (Dl 

(Dl 

2 723 

(01 

(Dl 


208 
55 
63 
(01 
(Dl 
51 
(01 
(01 


34 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


13 

8 


nMFM. opanv Tn *FaR ctorfq 


(01 




(Dl 
4 


SHOE STORES 


(Dl 

101 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572.573 


TOTAL 


20 
8 
12 


18 
8 
10 


2 355 

1 450 

90S 


2 325 

1 450 
875 


392 
283 
109 


8 015 
5 885 
2 131 


104 
71 
33 


11 




1 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


10 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


104 
05 


78 
63 


3 453 

2 948 

515 


3 103 

2 714 
389 


545 
568 
77 


12 235 
10 753 
1 482 


342 
303 
39 


112 
92 
20 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT1591I 
591 1 


TOTAL 


12 
12 


12 
12 


1 372 
1 372 


1 372 
1 372 


230 
230 


4 194 
4 194 


60 
50 


5 




5 




- 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 


TOTAL 


69 
24 

17 

1 
6 

5 

1 
14 


61 

24 
11 

1 
6 

1 
14 


7 811 

4 871 

946 

(01 
727 
327 
(Dl 
(01 


7 761 

4 871 

914 

(01 
727 
309 
(01 
(01 


747 
301 
145 

(Dl 
82 
35 
(Dl 
(01 


15 306 
5 789 
3 250 

(01 
1 553 
688 
(01 
(Dl 


221 
81 
43 

(01 
22 
14 
(Dl 
(Dl 


76 




26 




24 




- 




(Dl 


JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 


2 
10 
(Dl 
(01 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















S3 PART* 


TOTAL 


10 


6 


2 217 


2 155 


205 


4 059 


59 


5 



I Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-27 



TABLES Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963-contmued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

[number) 



DJVIESS COUNT Y 

RETAIl 
LUMBER 



TRADE t TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAIIVT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
KOHEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE 
TOTAL. . 



HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES!. . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



5 583 
3 289 

651 
1 063 

677 



B 440 

3 258 

722 



6 017 

722 

1 759 

1 617 
152 

2 399 
899 
228 



H 962 
3 130 
1 832 



J Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wilhtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



14 




1 862 


11 




355 


- 




36 


5 




UJO 


6 




1 337 


10 




1 580 


5 




562 


20 




1 059 


7 




1 HU9 


Not appli 


.able. 


'Revised 



5 395 

3 211 

5514 

953 

677 



5 993 

722 

1 761 

1 617 



1 882 
3 050 
1 832 



5 858 
U 6«8 
1 210 



6 995 

1 832 

319 



271 
580 
550 
025 



1 211 

1 055 

155 



233 

125 
113 



13 


358 


8 


U13 


1 


876 


2 


030 


1 


03? 


35 


757 


27 


657 


8 


03" 


1 


066 


25 


556 


2« 


H97 



13 905 
1 297 
1 895 
"t 587 

308 
5 262 
1 875 

556 



13 012 
8 278 
4 734 



26 043 
22 634 
3 409 



9 225 

8 802 
423 



19-28 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



— Continued 



SIC 
code 



521 

522 
523 

SZU 
5251 
5252 



5U3 

SKt 

51(5 

546 

51452 

51163 

549 



561 1 567 

561 

567 

562-3 •568 
562 

563 1568 
563 I 



Total 
(number) 



County and kind of business 



F<YETTE COUNTY 
(COCXTENSIVE WITH LEXINGTON SM5A 



JEFFERSON COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EOUIPHENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPlY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODi MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. Nut. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

■GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

I Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Kfilhtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
e letailers, pad of SIC majoi group 53, are stiown separately m Itijs tatile. 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



30 583 
12 315 
3 583 



1 389 

773 

1 759 

3 493 



294 
872 
692 



45 933 

12 822 

12 374 

448 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



163 472 

127 872 

110 692 

(0) 

101 

16 999 

10 133 

4 519 

3 949 

1 091 

101 

ID) 



45 299 

12 500 

12 112 

388 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



4 100 

1 521 

616 



15 537 
11 579 
9 765 



661 
580 
297 
135 



128 

244 
144 
100 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



1 984 157 



77 745 
28 044 
12 233 



305 186 
230 356 
195 613 



23 706 
33 652 

11 402 
6 050 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number! 



2 736 
1 939 
1 602 



624 
775 
740 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-29 



TABLE 5. 



Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 




JEFFERSON COUNTY—CONTINUED 

APPARELi ACCESSORY STORES— CONT 1 NJED 


50 

05 

i« 

32 

2 

17 

5 

1 

239 

117 

lOU 

23 

10 

5 

5 

50 

18 

2U 

7 

17 

1 100 
679 
162 
45 
109 
«3 
421 

226 

216 

10 

752 
233 
128 

22 
106 

15 
5 

10 

30 
23 

15 

4 
52 
34 
17 

8 

5 

64 
12 

19 
58 
3 

14 

9 
45 

262 
6 

46 
210 


40 
91 
14 

32 
2 

43 
5 
1 

181 
103 
76 
15 

5 
3 
44 
18 
16 
5 
11 

882 
565 
405 

45 
83 
31 
317 

212 

204 
8 

556 
213 
72 
6 
66 
13 
3 
10 

20 
15 
5 
13 

38 

18 

2 
2 

5 

44 
6 
1 
6 
13 
56 
3 

10 

3 

19 

64 

24 
36 


6 568 

7 629 

(D) 

3 050 

(D) 

3 447 
ID) 
(D] 

38 172 

23 751 
19 325 

2 989 

(D) 
(D) 
218 

8 898 

IDI 
(Dl 
(01 
(0) 

69 145 
50 276 
35 064 
6 687 

4 451 
4 074 

18 859 

39 333 

(0) 
(01 

55 446 

24 250 

4 413 
650 

3 753 

(01 
450 
(01 

2 077 
(01 
(0) 

2 389 

(01 

5 313 
2 935 

1 708 
322 

98 
807 

2 448 

(0) 
(01 
(0) 
710 
2 891 
(Dl 
506 
763 
20 
(Dl 
2 145 

23 049 
733 
(D) 
(Dl 


5 392 

7 515 
(01 

3 060 
(01 

3 433 

(01 
(01 

37 095 

22 893 
18 772 

2 751 
(Dl 
(01 
170 

a 768 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

65 763 
48 782 
34 105 
5 6B7 

4 147 

3 842 
16 981 

38 943 
(Dl 
(Dl 

52 012 

23 302 
3 859 

496 
3 363 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 

1 919 
(Dl 
(01 

2 351 

(Dl 

5 051 
2 767 

1 590 
(01 
(01 
807 

2 176 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

2 841 
(01 
500 
•(Dl 

(01 
(01 

21 135 
725 
(01 
(Dl 


757 

1 132 
(Dl 
468 
(Dl 
509 
(Dl 
(01 

6 122 

4 073 
3 220 

550 
(Dl 
(01 
45 
1 059 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

14 616 
12 099 
8 504 

1 844 
813 
938 

2 517 

5 371 
(01 
IDI 

6 278 
1 481 

654 
144 
510 
(01 
(01 
(01 

255 
(Dl 
(Dl 
155 

(01 
850 
406 
203 
(Dl 
(Dl 
154 

347 
IDI 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
811 
(Dl 
90 
(Dl 

(01 
(Dl 

3 238 
101 
(Dl 
(Dl 


14 477 

21 208 
(01 

8 852 
(Dl 

9 596 
(01 
(01 

112 501 

74 421 

58 924 

10 084 

(Dl 

(01 

805 

18 908 

(01 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

301 211 
249 043 
165 319 
36 837 
25 656 
21 221 
52 168 

97 200 
(01 
(Dl 

120 920 

30 046 

13 038 

3 035 

10 003 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

5 530 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2 888 

(01- 

15 616 
7 888 

3 999 
(01 
(01 

2 766 

6 130 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 

15 082 
(Dl 

1 445 
(Dl 

(Dl 
(01 

64 857 

2 760 

(01 
(Dl 


314 

373 

(01 
149 
(01 
184 
(01 
(01 

1 281 
810 
623 
102 
(01 
101 
12 
221 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(01 

5 872 

5 744 

3 905 

857 

627 

355 

1 128 

1 757 
(01 
(Dl 

1 880 
563 
191 
37 
154 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

97 
(01 
(01 

43 

(01 
221 

105 
57 
(Dl 
(Dl 
32 

119 
(01 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
177 
(01 
19 
(01 

(01 
(01 

790 
43 
(Dl 
(01 


48 












(Dl 






18 






(01 






24 






(01 


569 


MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


(01 
170 








5712 
5713 




73 














(01 


5719 


MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 


33 












(Dl 






(01 






(Dl 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


1 093 






618 






431 






41 












40 






475 


59PT(591) 
591 ( 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


166 




(Dl 




(01 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


706 






260 






133 






24 






109 






IDI 






(Dl 






(01 






20 






(Dl 






(Dl 






12 






- 






(Dl 






43 






29 






15 






(Dl 






(Dl 






I 






69 


















(01 






(01 






34 


















(01 












(01 






(01 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


227 






3 






(01 


535 


DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS 


(Dl 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not < 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC majoi group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-30 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963- 



Contlnued 



SIC 
code 



County and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522-521 
5251 
5252 



5«1 
5«2 
543 



56 

561 1 567 

562-3.568 

562 

563 1568 

565 

566 

564.569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



ENTON COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUI^BER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDHARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FkUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MAKKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-*EAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. Ii-iCLUDlNG FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

INott.: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applies 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



8 209 
3 383 

2 924 

1 184 



11 076 
6 962 
3 540 

574 



39 798 

37 700 

731 



3 479 
435 
976 
801 



5 885 
4 612 
1 273 



15 139 
9 513 
5 626 



10 


094 


3 


723 




523 




(Dl 




317 




ID) 


1 


030 


1 


894 


1 


613 



7 733 
3 383 
2 494 
1 138 



11 070 

6 952 

3 534 

574 



35 962 

34 386 

503 



14 227 
9 063 
5 154 



9 558 

3 663 

395 



1 314 
501 
579 
136 



222 

337 
180 



24 324 
8 472 

11 561 
2 500 
1 791 



30 569 

19 234 

10 659 

576 



51 333 

45 730 
780 



7 491 

776 

1 792 

1 492 
300 

2 477 
(Dl 



13 684 
10 336 
3 346 



59 841 
41 881 
17 950 



4 198 
6 758 
3 385 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-31 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contmued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors ol 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



MCCRACKEN COUNTY 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS" HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 2U 20 14 08V 

DEPARTMENT STORES 3 3 8 861 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 9 7 2 076 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 15 15 2 753 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 11 11 2 359 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. ... U « tOt 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL "2 30 3 858 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 17 11 2 063 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 25 19 1 805 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 23 23 2 818 

DRUG STORES 19 19 2 490 

PROPRIETARY STORES " '* 358 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 98 66 6 866 

LIQUOR STORES 25 22 2 871 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 13 9 214 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



5 958 
4 422 
1 063 



14 044 
8 854 
2 048 



3 


490 


2 


027 


1 


463 


jl 


573 


3 


558 


1 


015 


2 


848 


2 


490 




358 


5 


966 


? 


393 




204 




IDI 




in) 




672 




407 




877 


1 


060 



1 912 

1 297 

337 

278 



14 383 
a 659 
3 495 



39 510 
26 645 

5 268 

6 597 



522 


10 227 


349 


6 870 


173 


3 357 


870 


16 445 


71fl 


13 688 


152 


2 757 


353 


6 735 


309 


5 793 


44 


943 


710 


13 525 


I5ft 


3 054 


35 


607 


ID) 


ID) 


IDI 


(Dl 


77 


1 357 


50 


1 049 


143 


3 027 


202 


3 555 



19-32 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Contmued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



Witti 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars! 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



522-52"t 

5251 

5252 



56 

5611567 
562-3 I 568 
562 

563.568 
565 
565 
564 •559 



59 EX 

592 

593 

591 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



PIKE COUNTY 



F?ETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL ' 

LUHBEF? AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALEi^S. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STOREb 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION' MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI. . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



2 000 

1 ^60 

620 



120 
466 

408 



1 Notes: - Represents zera. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



1 890 
1 286 

604 



2 085 
211 



6 036 

5 115 

920 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-33 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 







Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


County and kind of business 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
busmesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




WARREN COUNTY 






















521 


351 


65 432 


61 834 


5 925 


131 753 


2 388 


516 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


















52 
521 

522-524 
5251 


TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


38 
12 
9 
9 

8 


36 

10 

9 

8 


7 235 

3 372 

541 

725 

2 597 


7 195 

3 332 

541 

725 

2 597 


735 
325 
80 
96 

234 


13 934 
5 574 

1 707 

2 139 
4 414 


211 
82 
24 
42 
53 


25 
10 
5 
4 




5 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 




18 
3 

5 
10 


16 
3 
5 
8 


7 754 
4 958 
1 515 
1 291 


7 704 
4 958 
1 515 
1 231 


1 139 
767 
218 
154 


21 921 
15 402 
3 503 
3 015 


416 
254 
93 
69 


9 


DEPARTMENT STORES 


3 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


5 




FOOD STORES 


















5a 

5«1 
5«2 
5U3 

5^^ 

5«5-549 




124 
113 

3 


38 
31 

3 


13 711 
13 225 

120 
(Dl 
ID] 


11 441 
11 075 

(Dl 
(Dl 


789 
715 

(Dl 
(Dl 


15 198 
13 823 

(Dl 

IDI 


254 
231 

IDI 
IDI 


130 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


119 




4 




(Dl 




IDI 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.554 








9 273 


8 825 


883 


15 781 


204 


25 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


















55PT(554I 








5 130 


4 880 


465 


8 927 


178 


53 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


















56 

561 1 557 

562-31 568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 




29 

5 
9 
8 
1 
3 
7 
5 


27 
5 
9 
S 
1 
1 
7 
5 


3 789 
768 
(0) 

1 497 
(D) 
(0) 
715 
IDI 


3 751 
758 
(0) 

1 497 
(01 
(Dl 
716 
IDI 


445 
51 
(Dl 
240 
(D) 
(Dl 
75 
(Dl 


9 151 
1 292 

IDI 
5 297 

IDI 

IDI 
1 210 

IDI 


199 
26 
IDI 
104 
(Dl 
IDI 
29 
(Dl 


26 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


101 




6 




IDI 
(Dl 


SHOE STORES 


5 
(01 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572.573 




29 

18 
11 


21 
12 
9 


3 192 
1 580 
1 512 


3 038 
1 555 
1 472 


473 
277 
195 


9 785 
5 443 
4 342 


127 
63 

54 


29 




19 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


10 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 

5812 

5613 


TOTAL 


76 
67 


66 
61 
5 


3 588 

3 521 

157 


3 595 

3 453 

133 


819 
802 

17 


15 583 

15 139 

444 


423 

414 

9 


80 
71 




9 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT 15911 
591 1 


TOTAL 


13 
12 

1 


13 
12 

1 


2 398 
(D) 

(Dl 


2 398 
IDI 

(Dl 


284 
IDI 

IDI 


5 304 
IDI 

(Dl 


120 
IDI 

IDI 


21 




IDI 


PROPRIETARY STORES 


IDI 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

595 

597 

598 

599 


TOTAL 


75 
20 
6 
2 
5 
10 
8 
3 


57 
20 
2 
2 
2 
8 
6 
3 
14 


7 463 
4 053 

ID) 
148 
1 342 
379 
(D) 
654 


7 359 
4 053 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
1 328 
365 
(Dl 
542 


590 
193 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
82 
59 
(Dl 
124 


10 711 

3 214 

IDI 

IDI 

IDI 

1 470 

1 010 
IDI 

2 408 


193 
56 
IDI 
101 
IDI 
29 
19 
(Dl 
45 


88 




28 




IDI 




IDI 




IDI 




13 
9 




(Dl 






NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART» 


TOTAL 


30 


B 


1 789 


1 527 


300 


4 448 


63 


29 



Staniiard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-34 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


SIC 
code 


Total 

(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 




COVINGTON 


700 

35 
6 
18 

11 

13 
3 
7 
3 

180 

108 

7 

13 
12 

11 

U2 

29 

5 
9 
5 
1 

8 

3 

38 
29 
9 

175 
80 
95 

32 

31 
1 

92 

26 
12 

1 
5 
3 

10 
8 

27 

23 


520 

29 
6 

It 
9 

13 

3 
7 
3 

118 
100 

5 

5 
8 

33 

38 

25 

5 

5 

2 

8 

1 

20 

13 

7 

139 
58 
81 

30 
29 

1 

72 
2« 
8 
1 
3 
1 
8 
It 
23 

3 


91 203 

5 777 
2 199 

2 836 
7112 

9 003 

6 962 
101 
(01 

23 057 
21 5'*3 

mo 

323 

681 

21 000 
5 118 

3 033 

ID) 
(0) 
ID) 
ID) 
(01 
101 
101 

1 193 

'■^ 900 
593 

7 177 
3 883 
3 594 

« 055 
ID) 
(D) 

7 172 

2 752 
(01 
(01 
263 
736 

1 002 

891 

1 218 

688 


87 129 

5 363 
2 199 

(01 
(01 

9 003 

6 962 

(0) 
(01 

21 251 
20 131 

101 

(01 
533 

20 756 

4 952 

2 979 

ID) 
(0) 
10) 
(0) 
(01 
(0) 
(0) 

4 161 

3 590 
571 

6 963 
3 591 
3 372 

(0) 

3 574 

(01 

7 228 
2 710 

(D) 
(0) 
251 
(0) 
996 
869 
1 175 

(0) 


9 784 

981 
328 
(0) 
10) 

933 

647 
(D) 
(0) 

1 524 

1 420 

(01 

(01 
161 

1 923 

492 

346 
(01 
(0) 
10) 
(01 
(0) 
(01 
(01 

618 
552 
55 

1 335 

857 
478 

(Dl 
407 
(01 

1 026 
231 
(01 
ID) 
31 
10) 
222 
170 
134 

(01 


190 509 

18 397 
5 475 

(01 
(0) 

24 285 

19 234 
(0) 
(01 

31 072 

27 277 

(01 

(Dl 

2 995 

34 583 

9 095 

5 729 
ID) 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 

10 159 

8 755 

1 404 

25 735 
16 773 

9 962 

(01 

8 755 

(01 

18 915 
4 554 
(Dl 
(01 
551 
(0) 
4 198 

3 185 

2 526 

(Dl 


2 938 

200 
68 

(01 
(Dl 

452 
334 
(Dl 
(Dl 

537 
462 
(Dl 

(01 
58 

334 

143 

138 
(0) 
(Dl 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 

111 
92 

19 

583 
368 
215 

(01 
147 
(Dl 

250 
75 

(0) 

(0) 
7 

(0) 
51 
30 
46 

(0) 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




521 

522-52« 

5251 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 


2 
(0) 
(Dl 


53 P4RT* 
531 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 


10 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


(01 


SKI 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


151 






















AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 






APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




561 1 557 
562-3.568 
562 
563.568 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

dOMEN.S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

SOMEN'S READY-TO-*EAR STORES 


(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(0) 
(01 
















FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 










572.573 

58 

5812 

5613 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


5 

182 
78 
104 

(01 






34 








59 EX.591 
592 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 


58 
22 


59U 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS .• 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(01 
3 

(01 
4 
5 
25 

(01 









I Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 'Revised. 
B retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-35 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963-continu 



ed 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish 

ments with 

payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




LEXINGTON 






















877 


671 


168 925 


155 415 


21 699 


414 670 


5 575 


706 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 






FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 






















42 


40 


13 280 


13 274 


2 091 


39 039 


418 


18 


521 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 


15 


15 


8 361 


8 351 


1 450 


25 504 


255 


4 


522-52'( 

5251 

5252 


HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


13 

10 


11 
10 


(0) 
1 051 


1 051 
(01 


134 
(01 


3 409 
(D> 


36 

(Dl 


7 




(01 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 




25 
7 
13 


21 
7 
11 


25 379 

IDI 

4 458 


26 343 

(0) 

4 452 


3 639 
(Dl 
713 


70 128 

101 

13 197 


1 410 
(01 
332 






(01 




5 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


5 


3 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(01 


(01 


(01 




54 

541 


TOTAL 


131 
112 


77 
65 


25 571 
25 933 


25 107 
24 549 


1 975 
1 842 


37 551 
35 150 


600 
551 


133 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING OELiCATESSENS 


117 






3 


1 


95 


(01 


(Dl 








543 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 


2 


- 


IDI 


- 


- 


- 




2 






10 


8 


(Dl 


449 


120 


2 144 


41 








9 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 




55 EX.554 


TOTAL 


38 


34 


34 152 


34 032 


3 569 


71 561 


702 


21 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT(554I 


TOTAL 


78 


74 


8 717 


8 415 


797 


16 115 


263 


58 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 


TOTAL 


67 

14 
28 

18 
10 

8 
14 

3 


63 
12 
28 
18 
10 

6 
14 

3 


15 265 

3 366 

5 542 

5 297 

345 

(Dl 

2 332 

(D) 


15 230 

3 346 

5 642 

5 297 

345 

101 

2 332 

(01 


2 457 
628 
809 
753 
56 
(Dl 
419 
(Dl 


44 e39 
11 677 

15 5se 

14 355 

1 192 

(01 

5 853 

(Dl 


755 
157 
302 
272 
30 

(Dl 
103 

(01 


29 


551.567 
562-3.568 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


5 

14 




8 


563.568 
565 


WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 


5 
(Dl 




3 






(Dl 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 






TOTAL 


54 
32 


46 
24 


9 445 
4 467 


9 250 

4 271 


1 618 
785 


29 512 
13 776 


362 

175 


34 


571 




22 


572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 
EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


22 


22 


4 979 


4 979 


832 


15 835 


187 






TOTAL 


187 
146 
41 


137 
104 
33 


9 755 
8 201 
1 554 


9 057 
7 581 
1 386 


1 957 

1 725 

232 


39 045 
34 872 
4 174 


982 
885 
97 


175 






135 


5813 


DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 


40 
























TOTAL 


25 
25 

1 


26 

25 
1 


5 490 
(01 
(Dl 


5 490 
(Dl 
(0) 


1 057 
(0) 
(01 


17 522 

(01 
(D) 


351 

(01 
(01 


18 






(01 






(01 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 






TOTAL 


199 
44 

10 
6 


145 
44 
20 
6 


17 042 

5 882 

1 628 

730 

(Dl 


16 572 

5 882 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 


2 040 
379 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 


39 013 

7 150 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 


584 
113 
(01 
(01 
(01 


175 






34 






(01 






(01 


595 




(01 


596 


FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 


13 
10 
55 


7 
13 


1 675 
(01 
555 

4 192 


1 575 
(01 
521 

4 032 


115 
(Dl 
68 
736 


2 293 

(Dl 
1 107 
14 280 


39 
(Dl 

16 
187 


9 
(01 






9 






54 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 


TOTAL 


30 


8 


2 827 


2 535 


499 


10 444 


138 


25 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



19-36 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



-Continued 



SIC 
code 



City and hind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1.0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Noi/. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
521 
5251 
5252 



543 

5aa 

5«5 

546 

5U62 

5U63 

519 



55 EX.554 



562-31 568 
562 

563.568 
563 ( 



LOUISVILLE 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAu SUPP..Y STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGEIABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMAIMUFACTURING . . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHI SED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILt SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



19 809 

6 5148 

2 60U 
1 350 
1 821 

ID) 

3 812 



100 900 

82 696 

12 531 

« 575 



126 759 

119 tU3 

1 233 

877 

689 

7tl 

1 116 



37 510 

11 276 

10 828 

IJ18 

15 397 
13 30"t 
2 093 



100 692 

82 596 

12 365 

1 533 



120 279 

113 535 

1 233 

877 

1(77 

553 

1 062 

2 169 
1 779 

390 
ID) 
ID) 



135 Oil 
107 349 
99 786 



15 887 

8 657 

2 2«2 

906 



36 876 

10 95« 

10 566 

388 

15 275 
13 252 
2 023 



2 911 

1 029 

1105 

300 



15 969 
12 871 
2 123 



12 587 
9 501 
8 722 



6 075 
2 055 

1 955 
100 

2 5011 
2 219 

285 



57 420 
20 774 
8 670 

6 372 
8 617 

(D) 

7 320 



318 312 

258 476 

38 785 

18 641 



174 455 

153 433 

1 512 

1 817 
688 

2 108 
2 515 

11 553 

9 713 

1 840 



247 658 
188 231 
173 926 



21 637 
29 301 
5 889 



111 159 

38 377 
36 640 

1 737 

44 753 

39 580 
5 173 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
"Nonslore retailers, part o( SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-37 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 





City and kind ot business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 




LOUISVILLE— CONTINUED 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


181 

11« 
77 
21 
10 

2 
37 

16 

5 
11 

8P0 
530 
372 

m 

80 
37 
350 

158 
148 
10 

592 
186 
105 
17 
88 
9 
2 

21 

14 
7 
5 

2 

20 

13 
7 

12 

6 

15 

2 

11 

8 
35 

167 

5 

31 

131 


139 

80 
57 
13 
4 
4 
2 
33 
14 
12 
3 

694 
432 
308 
41 
56 
27 
262 

146 

138 

8 

438 
168 

63 
5 

58 

2 
7 

15 
10 
5 
5 

2 

34 
8 

7 

35 
6 

1 
6 
9 

47 
2 

2 
15 

45 
3 

17 
25 


30 450 

19 885 

15 858 

ID) 

692 

(Dl 

(Dl 

5 801 

1 975 

2 789 
150 

2 639 

52 670 
37 877 

25 532 
5 599 

2 992 

3 754 

14 793 

26 886 

25 779 
1 107 

43 561 

18 110 

3 809 

578 

3 231 

849 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 384 
995 
389 

1 650 

(Dl 
5 004 
1 747 

1 503 
244 

2 035 
507 
320 

1 086 
582 

2 557 
ID) 
500 
296 

(Dl 
1 831 

15 591 
IDT 

7 327 
ID) 


29 630 
19 153 
15 392 

ID] 
554 
ID) 
ID) 
5 743 

1 975 

2 749 
ID) 
(0) 

49 634 
35 461 

24 644 
5 599 

2 592 

3 526 

13 173 

26 530 

25 437 
1 093 

40 667 
17 214 

3 355 

ID) 
(D) 
849 
ID) 
ID) 

1 264 
911 
353 

1 650 

ID) 

4 742 
1 643 

ID) 
lUl 

1 855 
411 
(0) 

1 086 
552 

2 507 
(0) 
500 
275 

ID) 
1 585 

14 509 

ID) 

7 175 

ID) 


5 425 
3 701 
2 895 

ID) 
117 
ID) 
ID) 
809 
293 
622 
(Dl 
ID) 

11 251 
9 209 

6 228 

1 526 
552 
903 

2 042 

3 597 
3 497 

100 

5 098 
1 107 
535 
(01 
ID) 
191 
ID) 
ID) 

146 
95 
51 

105 

ID) 
809 
209 
ID) 
ID) 

305 
50 
(Dl 
135 
80 
753 
(01 
90 
39 

ID) 
298 

2 538 

ID) 
922 
ID) 


99 445 
67 200 

52 600 

ID) 

2 062 
(D) 
(0) 

14 927 
5 600 

U 719 
ID) 
101 

229 790 
187 705 
117 840 
29 416 
20 058 
20 391 
42 085 

53 659 
61 870 

1 799 

97 541 

22 668 

10 200 

ID) 

ID) 

3 718 
(D) 
ID) 

3 190 

2 397 
793 

2 039 

(D) 
14 910 

4 159 
(Dl 
ID) 

5 252 
822 

ID) 
2 984 
1 826 
14 975 

ID) 
1 445 

707 

ID) 
5 150 

50 966 
ID) 

16 318 
ID) 


1 125 

728 
552 

ID) 

28 
(D) 
(Dl 
180 

68 
150 
ID) 

ID) 

5 213 
4 303 

2 789 
704 
475 
334 
010 

1 150 

1 127 

33 

1 505 
429 
155 
ID) 
ID) 
69 
ID) 
(Dl 

54 
41 
13 
27 

(Dl 
209 
52 
ID) 
ID) 

102 
18 

(Dl 
27 
34 

150 

(D) 

14 

(Dl 
66 

537 
IDI 

155 
ID) 


125 

80 


571 


FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 




















5719 


MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 


ID) 




























EATING. DRINKING PLACES 










































DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 








125 








OTHER RETAIL STORES 




















ID) 






ID) 














5943 


STAIIONERV STORES 


ID) 












n 






, 






_ 










































_ 






































5999 1 


TYPEWRITER STORES 


ID) 
















PET SHOPS 


IDI 
25 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 








ID) 








535 


DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE] ORGANIZATIONS 


ID) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



19-38 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contin 



ued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No«, 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




OHENSBORO 






















531 


410 


81 781 


79 349 


9 293 


181 415 


3 053 


479 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 




52 

521 

522-524 

5251 


TOTAL 


27 
9 
8 
8 
2 


25 

9 
8 
6 
2 


5 064 
3 211 

554 
(01 
(Dl 


(01 
3 211 

554 
(01 
(01 


(01 
436 
82 
(Dl 
(Dl 


(01 

8 413 

1 876 

(01 

(Dl 


(Dl 
99 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(01 


(Dl 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


9 

5 
(01 




(01 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


19 

3 
8 

a 


17 
3 
8 
6 


11 983 

8 440 

3 258 

285 


11 981 

8 440 

3 258 

283 


1 866 

1 396 

441 

29 


36 251 

27 657 

8 034 

560 


620 

403 

205 

12 


12 


DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


4 
8 




FOOD STORES 




















TOTAL 


B2 
73 

3 
2 


46 
39 

1 
2 
4 


19 311 
19 097 

ID) 
(Dl 
101 


18 055 
17 853 

(01 
(0) 
101 


1 294 
1 261 

(01 
(Dl 
17 


24 614 
23 838 

(Dl 
(Dl 
465 


435 
414 

(01 
(01 
16 


77 


5m 

5112 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELiC ATESSENS 


68 




(01 


sua 




(01 




4 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 




55 EX.55'* 


TOTAL 


"" 


24 


14 833 


14 519 


1 311 


25 810 


287 


39 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT(55«I 


TOTAL 


60 


54 


4 572 


4 384 


437 


8 571 


157 


61 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 








46 

16 
11 

5 

12 


42 

16 
11 

5 
5 
10 


(Dl 
722 
(01 
(01 
152 
2 399 
899 
228 


(Dl 
722 
(Dl 
(01 
144 
2 391 
891 
228 


(01 
81 
(Dl 
(01 
23 
257 
106 
30 


(01 

1 297 

(01 

(01 

3oe 

5 282 

1 B75 

556 


(01 
23 
(01 
(01 
7 
106 
45 
15 


(01 


561 1 567 

562-31 568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


5 
(01 




(01 


WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . . 


2 


SHOE STORES 


7 
3 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 






















39 
28 
11 


29 
18 
11 


(Dl 

(01 

1 832 


(01 

(01 

1 832 


(Dl 
365 
261 


(Dl 
(Dl 

4 734 


(01 
(01 
76 


(0) 






(01 


572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


8 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 


TOTAL 


Bl 
18 


87 
71 
16 


5 357 

4 369 

988 


5 067 

4 243 

824 


1 066 
978 

88 


23 169 
21 109 
2 060 


532 

488 


97 






76 






21 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT(591I 




22 
16 
6 


20 
16 

4 


(Dl 
(01 
220 


(Dl 
(01 
178 


(01 
(01 
24 


(Dl 
(Dl 
423 


(01 

(01 

9 


(Dl 




(01 


1 


PROPRIETARY STORES 


7 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 






















BO 
9 

17 
2 
5 
7 

10 

24 


60 
9 
9 

5 
3 

10 

20 


5 619 

878 

(01 

6 

(01 

855 

1 580 

(01 

1 059 


5 491 
878 
(01 

(01 
(01 

1 580 
(01 

1 025 


692 

55 
(01 

(01 
(01 
233 

(01 
143 


13 391 

1 495 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

4 425 

(01 

2 233 


222 

25 
(01 

(01 
(01 

69 
(01 

42 


75 






3 






(01 






2 






(01 


596 


FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 


(01 

5 












25 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 


TOTAL 


16 


6 


779 


(Dl 


(01 


(01 


(01 


(01 



) Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not 
e retailers, cart of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-39 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963- 



Continued 





City and kind ot business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 




PADUCAH 


516 

23 

10 
3 

1 

20 

3 

e 

92 

85 

3 

69 

38 
6 
15 
11 

1 
15 

31t 
10 
20 

93 

71 
22 

21 
17 

ez 

2U 
9 

1 

3 
5 

10 
26 

30 


36U 
19 

a 

3 

1 

16 

3 
6 

7 

36 

31 

1 

It 
31 
53 

32 

6 
15 
11 
4 
1 
9 
1 

28 
10 
18 

61 

49 
12 

21 

17 

4 

56 
20 

7 
1 
1 
3 
4 

16 
8 


79 094 

5 463 
(0), 
(01 
(0) 
ID) 

13 604 
a 864 

(Dl 
(0) 

14 828 
14 587 

(Dl 

(Dl 
IDI 

17 115 

5 042 

5 663 

(Dl 

2 763 

2 359 
404 
(Dl 

1 234 
(Dl 

3 742 
1 982 
1 760 

4 518 
3 273 
1 245 

(Dl 
(01 
358 

5 586 
(Dl 
177 
(Dl 
(01 
740 
419 
262 

1 U6 

(Dl 


75 004 

5 349 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

13 570 

8 864 
(Dl 
(Dl 

13 388 

13 159 

(Dl 

(Dl 
(01 

16 925 

4 640 

5 529 
(01 

2 763 

2 359 
404 
(Dl 

1 100 
(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 
(Dl 

4 100 

3 085 
1 015 

(01 
(Dl 
358 

4 762 

(0) 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
672 
407 
190 
(Dl 

626 


8 242 

701 
(01 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 887 

1 297 

(Dl 

(Dl 

928 
882 
(01 

(01 
(01 

1 290 

405 

757 
(Dl 
352 
302 
50 
(Dl 
151 
(Dl 

(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

781 
629 
152 

(Dl 
(Dl 
44 

544 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
77 
50 
19 
(Dl 

93 


157 447 

13 335 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
101 

39 069 

26 645 

(0) 

(Dl 

16 354 

15 601 

(01 

(01 
22 735 
7 339 

14 955 
(01 

7 019 

6 473 

546 

(Dl 

3 689 

(01 

(01 
(01 
(01 

14 965 
12 208 
2 757 

(Dl 
(01 
943 

10 220 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 
1 357 
1 049 
403 
(01 

1 830 


2 827 

176 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

725 
433 
(D) 
(Dl 

277 
259 
(01 

(Dl 

311 

135 

274 
(01 
129 
119 

10 
(Dl 

52 
(Dl 

(Dl 
(01 
(01 

421 
352 
59 

(01 
(Dl 
15 

200 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
17 
15 
15 
(Dl 

35 




52 

521 

522-524 

5251 

5252 

53 PART» 
531 
533 
539 


LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


17 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 






GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 




DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


(01 
(01 

98 


51(1 
5U2 
5U3 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 


88 
(01 


5«5-5l49 
55 EX.551* 
55PT(55U) 




(01 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


33 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


76 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


25 


561i567 
562-3.568 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


(01 
12 




11 


563.568 

565 

566 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 


1 
(Dl 
11 
(Dl 




FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 








(01 


572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO' TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 
EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


(01 
103 






72 






31 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 


(01 






(01 






4 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


91 






(01 






(Dl 


59U 
595 
596 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 


(01 

(01 

5 

5 






9 






(01 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


(01 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



19-40 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,0001 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




KENTUCKY 


















5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 


83 


79 


5 876 


5 828 


1 5M1 


3U 1I6I4 


659 


11 






21 
31 
31 


17 
31 
31 


2 013 
2 768 
1 095 


1 965 

2 768 
1 095 


5914 
738 
209 


13 336 
17 071 

l> 057 


218 
338 
73 


18 






18 






8 




CINCINNATIi OHIO-KY.-IND.i SMSA 




5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL . . 


53 


53 


5 120 


5 120 


1 800 


37 0814 


716 


18 






11 
141 

1 

8 


11 
11 

1 

e 


(D) 

t 260 

(D) 

597 


(D) 

U 260 

(d) 

597 


(D) 

1 529 

(D) 

185 


(D) 

32 302 

(D) 

2 002 


(D) 
611 
(D) 

15 


(D) 






10 






(D) 




HUNTINQTON-ASHLANDt W. VA.-KY.-OH 1 Oi SMSA 




5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 


5 






2 
6 


2 
6 


(D) 

(01 


(D) 
10) 


(D) 
(01 


(D) 
(01 


(D) 
(01 


(D) 






(01 




LEXINGTON SMSA 




5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 


5 


5 


738 


738 


201 


U 322 


68 


1 






4 
1 


U 

1 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 






(D) 




LOUISVILLEl KY.-IND.l SMSA 




5812 PART 




36 


36 


2 1159 


2 "459 


650 


15 865 


300 


23 






8 
16 
12 


8 
16 
12 


893 

1 258 

308 


893 

1 258 

308 


258 
330 
62 


6 537 
8 151 
1 177 


105 

leo 

15 


6 






12 






5 









Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



TABLE 8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Military Personnel 

by the U. S. Department of Defense: 1963 

[These data were collected by the Department of Defense and are not included in any of the tabulations of the 1963 Census of Business] 



County 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 




TOTAL 


COMMISSARIES 




27 311 

7 589 

213 

19 162 

50 


3 169 

1 079 

78 

2 299 

13 


1 150 

391 
31 
701 

1 


62 712 

19 276 

1 507 

11 665 

261 


5 801 
5 801 


393 
393 


70 
70 










_ 
















EXCHANGES 


EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 




17 217 
6 010 
U 237 


2 013 

589 

1 151 


617 
177 
110 


38 376 
13 175 
25 201 


1 263 

1 579 
213 

2 121 

50 


I 033 

190 
78 

152 
13 


113 

217 
31 
191 

1 


16 696 




6 101 




1 507 




8 821 




261 











Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-41 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 



County and city 



KENTUCKYi TOTAL. 
ADAIR COUNTY . . . . 
ALLEN COUNTY . . . . 
ANDERSON COUNTY. . . 
BALLARD COUNTY . . . 



BARREN COUNTY. . . . 

GLASGOW 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



BELL COUNTY 

MIDDLESBOROUGH . . . 

PINEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOONE COUNTY 



BOURBON COUNTY . . . . 

PARIS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BUYD COUNTY 

ASHLAND 

CATLETTSBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BOYLE COUNTY 

DANVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



BRACKEN COUNTY . . . 
BREATHITT COUNTY . . 
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. 
BULLITT COUNTY . . . 
BUTLER COUNTY. . . . 



CALDWELL COUNTY. . . . 

PRINCETON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CALLOWAY COUNTY. . . . 

MURRAY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CAMPBELL COUNTY. . . . 

BELLEVUE 

DAYTON 

FORT THOMAS 

NEWPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CARLISLE COUNTY. 



CARROLL COUNTY . . . . 

CARROLLTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CARTER COUNTY. 
CASEY COUNTY . 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY . . . 
HOPKINSVILLE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



CLARK COUNTY .... 
WINCHESTER .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 



CLAY COUNTY. . . . 
CLINTON COUNTY . . 
CRITTENDEN COUNTY- 
CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



DAVIESS COUNTY . . . . 

OWENSBORO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



EDMONSON COUNTY. . . . 

ELLIOTT COUNTY . . . . 

ESTILL COUNTY 

IRVINE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



2 580 517 
9 223 
10 065 

6 812 

1 925 

27 5t0 
19 8t3 

7 697 



25 129 
14 812 
7 787 
2 500 



17 547 
15 008 

2 539 

59 396 
53 lOU 

3 462 

2 830 



4 186 

5 692 

5 420 
8 435 



4 138 

78 208 

4 278 

5 340 
5 088 

51 782 
11 720 

4 107 



11 600 

6 892 

45 374 
34 471 
10 903 

21 640 
18 917 
2 723 

7 605 
4 773 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



6 


980 


4 


067 


74 


905 


67 


600 


7 


305 


2 


419 


1 


551 


5 


785 


3 


591 


2 


194 



324 143 
6 987 
8 537 
5 576 

3 615 

24 550 
18 817 
5 733 



21 853 
13 842 
6 847 
1 154 



15 243 
14 278 
1 965 

55 046 
50 550 
3 042 



20 074 
15 576 

3 498 

4 685 

4 235 

5 117 
5 391 

2 444 

9 219 
7 348 

1 871 

17 594 
15 262 

2 332 

71 475 

3 362 

4 672 
4 715 

49 122 
9 604 

3 577 



9 350 

5 098 

42 745 
33 689 

9 057 

20 314 
18 343 
1 971 

5 277 

3 911 

5 536 

3 355 

69 531 
54 925 

4 605 

1 789 
559 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



249 406 

561 

650 

452 

230 

2 255 

1 732 

523 



2 294 

1 513 

649 



1 585 

1 449 

137 

5 698 

6 360 
225 



2 258 

1 999 

259 

343 

351 

522 

624 



199 

7 974 

347 

393 

452 

5 558 

1 224 

304 



734 

282 

4 470 

3 575 

895 

1 956 

1 745 

211 

443 

259 

440 

295 

7 853 
7 395 

468 



County and city 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 



FAYETTE COUNTY . . . . 

LEXINGTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FLEMING COUNTY . . . . 

FLOYD COUNTY 

PRESTONSBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . . 

FRANKFORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

FULTON COUNTY 

FULTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

GALLATIN COUNTY. . . . 

GARRARD COUNTY . . . . 

GRANT COUNTY 

GRAVES COUNTY 

MAYFIELD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

GRAYSON COUNTY . . . . 

GREEN COUNTY 

GREENUP COUNTY . . . ■ 

ANCOCK COUNTY . . . . 

HARDIN COUNTY 

ELI2ABETHT0WN. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HARLAN COUNTY 

CUMBERLAND 

HARLAN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HARRISON COUNTY. . . . 

CYNTHIANA 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HART COUNTY 

HENDERSON COUNTY . . . 

HENDERSON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

HENRY COUNTY 

HICKMAN COUNTY . . . . 

HOPKINS COUNTY . . . . 

EARLINGTON 

MADISONVILLE . . • . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

JACKSON COUNTY . . . . 

JEFFERSON COUNTY . . . 
LOUISVILLE .... I 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY, 

JESSAMINE COUNTY . . . 
NICHOLASVILLE. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

JOHNSON COUNTY ... 
rAINTSVILLE. ... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

KENTON COUNTY. . . . 

COVINGTON 

ELSHERE 

ERLANGER 

LUDLOW 

PARK HILLS .... 
SOUTH FORT MITCHELL 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

KNOTT COUNTY .... 

KNOX COUNTY 

BARBOURVILLE . . . 
CORBIN (PARTP . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY 

LARUE COUNTY .... 

(X) Not applicable. 



Total 
(number) 



1 138 
922 
216 



With 
payroll 



5 425 

4 539 

887 



3 758 

3 143 

525 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



170 427 
143 488 
25 939 



19 926 
6 651 

13 265 

30 584 
27 529 

2 955 

14 591 
9 876 

4 715 

3 315 

6 981 

7 125 

25 932 

20 119 

5 813 

11 438 
7 830 

10 722 

2 632 

43 977 
23 155 
20 822 



15 156 
13 077 
2 081 



34 318 
27 948 

6 370 

7 550 
4 253 

35 695 
2 108 

24 724 

8 853 



715 827 
578 132 
138 695 

10 006 
7 829 
2 177 

12 844 
10 177 
2 567 



118 438 

86 330 

3 687 

10 255 

5 554 

2 356 
1 980 
8 266 

3 594 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



164 417 
139 346 
25 071 



15 372 

5 743 
9 629 

28 784 
26 643 

2 141 

12 905 
9 274 

3 631 

2 851 

5 001 

5 313 

22 488 
la 923 

3 565 

9 554 

5 534 

8 324 

1 890 

40 621 
22 731 
17 890 

30 060 

7 507 

13 742 

8 811 

14 174 
12 829 

1 345 



31 206 
26 098 

5 108 

6 586 
3 623 

32 625 
2 078 

23 460 

7 087 



584 433 
551 376 
133 057 

9 266 
7 763 
1 503 



81 416 

3 619 
9 535 

4 925 
(D) 
(D) 

5 628 



1 572 



5 745 

4 790 

(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



19-42 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 9. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958- 



■Continued 



County and city 



LAUREL COUNTY 

LONDON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LAWRENCE COUNTY. . . . 

LEE COUNTY 

LESLIE COUNTY 

LETCHER COUNTY . . . . 

JENKINS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LEWIS COUNTY 

LINCOLN COUNTY . . . . 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY. . . 

LOGAN COUNTY 

RUSSELLVILLE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

LYON COUNTY 

MCCRACKEN COUNTY . . . 

PADUCAH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MCCREARY COUNTY. . . . 

MCLEAN COUNTY 

MADISON COUNTY . . . . 
BEREA 

mCHMOND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MAGOFFIN COUNTY. . . . 

MARION COUNTY 

LEBANON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MARSHALL COUNTY. . . . 

MARTIN COUNTY 

MASON COUNTY 

MAYSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MEADE COUNTY 

MENIFEE COUNTY . . . . 

MERCER COUNTY 

HARRODSBURG 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

METCALFE COUNTY. . . . 

MONROE COUNTY 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . 
MOUNT STERLING . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

MORGAN COUNTY 

MUHLENBERG COUNTY. . . 
CENTRAL CITY . . . . 

GREENVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

NELSON COUNTY 

8ARDST0WN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

NICHOLAS COUNTY. . . . 

OHIO COUNTY 

OLDHAM COUNTY 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 

16 352 
10 672 
5 680 

5 384 

3 209 

t 4H2 

14 779 
1 243 
13 536 

5 245 

B 714 

3 383 



66 642 
60 032 
6 610 

5 303 

4 929 

29 111 

5 269 
19 923 

3 919 



10 958 

8 472 

2 486 

10 914 

2 578 



7 394 

962 

12 018 

9 999 

2 019 

4 373 

8 380 

15 202 

12 095 

3 107 



19 511 

8 794 

5 663 

4 054 

15 041 

10 826 

4 215 

4 293 

8 397 

8 557 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 

13 646 
9 950 

3 696 

4 234 

2 453 

3 044 

11 419 
1 133 
10 286 

3 783 

6 320 

1 697 

15 479 
10 277 

5 202 



61 754 
56 884 
4 870 

3 427 

4 041 

25 659 
4 795 

18 521 
2 343 



9 922 

7 966 
1 956 

8 954 

1 024 

19 442 
17 199 

2 243 

6 458 
535 

10 654 

9 469 

1 185 

2 595 

7 346 

13 152 

11 309 
1 853 



17 203 

8 540 

6 405 

2 258 

13 385 

10 546 

2 839 

3 591 

6 615 

7 937 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 

1 115 
807 
308 

336 

157 



1 301 
371 

430 



5 731 

6 350 

371 

299 

280 

2 550 

405 

2 104 



1 449 
591 
591 
167 

1 267 

1 097 

170 

271 

583 

603 



County and city 



OWEN COUNTY 

OWSLEY COUNTY 

PENDLETON COUNTY . . . 

PERRY COUNTY 

HAZARD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

PIKE COUNTY 

PIKEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

POWELL COUNTY 

PULASKI COUNTY . . . . 

SOMERSET 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

ROBERTSON COUNTY . . . 

ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. . . 

ROWAN COUNTY 

MOREHEAD 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

RUSSELL COUNTY . . . . 

SCOTT COUNTY 

GEORGETOWN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SHELBY COUNTY 

SHELBYVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SIMPSON COUNTY . . . . 

FRANKLIN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

SPENCER COUNTY . . . . 

TAYLOR COUNTY 

CAMPBELLESVILLE. . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

TODD COUNTY 

TRIGG COUNTY 

TRIMBLE COUNTY . . . . 

UNION COUNTY 

MORGAnFIELO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WARREN COUNTY 

BOWLING 5REEN. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. . . 

WAYNE COUNTY 

MONTICELLO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WEBSTER COUNTY . . . . 

PROVIDENCE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WHITLEY COUNTY . . . . 
CORBIN (PARTIl . . . 
WILLIAMSBURG . . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



WOLFE COUNTY 



WOODFORD COUNTY. . . . 

VERSAILLES 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



1 330 
7 080 

23 722 

14 405 
9 317 

32 339 

15 596 

16 743 



22 353 

15 Oil 

7 342 

556 

5 239 

8 581 

6 879 
1 702 



10 722 
B 589 
2 133 

IB 174 
14 057 
4 117 

11 214 
9 818 
1 395 



12 008 
10 078 

1 930 

7 21 

5 584 
1 855 

13 523 

6 478 

7 045 

48 423 
42 392 
6 031 



5 817 
5 310 
1 507 

10 359 

4 895 

5 474 

18 997 

11 020 

4 921 
3 056 



8 795 
6 852 
1 943 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



20 292 

14 075 
6 217 

25 921 

15 048 
10 873 



17 479 
13 885 
3 594 

252 

3 379 

7 231 

5 263 

968 



9 568 

8 263 
1 405 

17 008 

13 439 

3 569 

9 804 
9 256 

548 



11 008 
9 494 
1 514 

5 078 

4 318 
1 517 

11 471 

5 754 
5 717 

43 725 
39 718 
4 007 



7 879 

4 061 

3 818 

16 721 

10 254 

4 617 
1 850 



7 783 
6 490 
1 293 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Corbin is in Knox and Whilley Counties. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-43 



TABLE 10 standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 

(Data are based on 1964 SMSA definitions] 



SIC 
code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT1591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG HATLS. HOWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FJRNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS" EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STOKES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 021 

672 
592 

2 610 
«U0 

1 «0« 
82 6 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.IND,, SMSA 



HUNTINGTONASHLANO, W. VA.-KY.OHIO, SMSA 



242 

1 78« 
356 
821 

554 
426 

2 072 



75 616 
178 411 
369 912 
202 917 

88 596 

(01 
70 256 

133 000 
48 595 

107 926 



72 260 
176 127 
341 448 
200 753 

81 342 



81 442 
67 322 
230 
48 033 
99 845 
35 473 



12' 



265 791 

15 825 
38 008 
69 308 
45 220 
17 323 

17 690 

14 153 

15 602 

7 766 

16 431 

8 465 



LOUISVILLE, KY -IND, SMSA 



170 427 

13 915 
22 617 
34 352 
25 341 
10 955 

14 485 
9 138 
9 848 
6 256 

16 120 
4 399 



164 417 

13 769 
22 291 
32 050 
25 879 
10 388 

14 299 

8 886 

9 080 
6 255 

17 524 

3 995 



6 431 

345 

221 

1 263 

315 

743 

400 
307 
1 303 
251 
948 
334 



52 545 
40 051 
58 665 
35 129 
61 972 
17 372 



245 207 

15 197 
36 018 
60 284 
44 154 
15 103 

17 010 
13 639 
13 348 

7 766 
15 155 

7 523 



781 328 

40 224 

96 907 

183 537 

144 068 

54 775 

51 542 

38 857 

63 801 

35 921 

56 634 

14 962 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittitield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part o( SIC major group 53, are stiown separately in this table. 

EVANSVILLE, IND -KY,. SMSA is presented in Volume II, Pari 2. Chapter 16. 



19-44 KENTUCKY 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 11 Counties with 500 Establishments or More: 1958 



SK 
code 



Kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLSi HDVIE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



55 APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

57 FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

58 EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

59PT(S91) |DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

59 EX.591 lOTHER RETAIL STOREb 

53 PART* NONSTORE RETAILERS, 



53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWEi FARM EQUIP. 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES . . 

5« FOOD STORES 

55 EX.55« AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

55PT(55U) GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



56 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PTI591] 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PTI591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

ING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS * 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

ING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS, 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS, . . 



CAMPBELL COUNTY 



59 396 

« 285 
9 389 
15 7U7 
10 808 
2 836 



1 710 

2 622 
1 398 



55 


045 


4 


197 


9 


007 


m 


293 


10 


7«0 


2 


565 


3 


699 


3 


226 


2 


2?6 


1 


710 


2 


158 


1 


214 



78 


208 


2 


540 


« 


085 


25 


917 


10 


755 


n 


392 


? 


855 


2 


906 


12 


457 


3 


319 


7 


064 



JEFFERSON COUNTY 



11 935 

17 706 

13 023 

3 989 



2 504 
5 555 
1 961 



5 231 

11 529 
15 102 

12 783 



5 426 

275 
196 
1 054 
250 
571 



715 827 

35 585 
90 918 
157 582 
127 188 
45 857 

47 058 
35 783 
51 641 
32 926 
54 517 
16 772 



KENTON COUNTY 



HC CRACKEN COUNTY 



118 433 

8 194 

8 623 

37 294 

18 690 

7 028 

3 939 
5 699 

12 408 

4 470 
10 799 

1 294 



110 504 

7 952 

8 555 
33 254 
18 324 

5 650 

3 889 
5 477 

11 136 

4 470 
10 131 



55 642 

3 002 
9 608 

16 138 
12 691 

4 734 

4 915 

3 023 

4 085 
2 459 

5 519 
456 



32 339 

2 515 

3 558 
11 081 

4 94B 
3 503 

2 103 

1 713 

1 283 

429 



5 621 

5 895 

10 759 

8 149 

4 099 

3 407 

1 938 

2 510 
1 773 

3 715 
456 



71 


476 


2 


440 


3 


857 


23 


407 


10 


525 


" 


092 


? 


803 


2 


488 


11 


193 


3 


319 


6 


588 




754 



684 433 

33 473 
89 836 
156 982 
124 972 
42 513 

46 225 
35 775 
57 365 
32 765 
49 851 
14 574 



61 


754 


2 


954 


9 


570 


13 


898 


12 


303 


4 


054 


4 


770 


2 


989 


3 


505 



5 556 
8 321 
7 983 



1 788 

2 090 

1 773 

3 547 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



FAYETTE COUNTY coextensive with Lexington SMSA, see table 10. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



KENTUCKY 19-45 



TABLE 12 Cities with 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1958 



SIC 
code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



59PT(591 
59 EX.59 
53 PART* 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT(591) 
59 ex.591 
53 PART* 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDWEi FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE, TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS, HDWE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FJRNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING, DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE' TOTAL 

LUMBER, BLDG MATLS' HDWE' FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



a 


284 


25 


170 


14 


736 


3 


579 


3 


673 


4 


985 


5 


944 


3 


108 


R 


072 




537 



23 


502 


14 


554 




(D) 


3 


523 


4 


909 



143 488 

12 665 

22 178 

23 676 

24 955 

7 855 

14 097 

8 558 
5 843 
5 342 

14 448 

2 870 



578 132 

27 356 
77 910 
123 957 
105 555 
31 809 

41 831 
31 642 
50 811 
26 111 
45 552 
15 577 



551 375 

25 558 
75 882 
114 551 
103 690 
30 121 

41 031 
30 728 
47 079 
25 941 
41 814 
13 971 



5 


358 


U 


275 


14 


583 


1? 


457 


3 


255 


4 


604 


2 


553 


4 


285 



50 032 

2 535 
9 470 

12 700 
12 449 

3 580 

4 916 

(01 
3 591 
2 354 

5 019 



9 


464 


1 1 


598 


12 


109 


3 


310 


^ 


770 


2 


877 


3 


109 


2 


354 


4 


513 




273 



139 345 

12 520 
22 048 
21 955 
24 583 

7 541 

13 911 

8 374 
5 207 
5 342 

14 144 
2 520 



4 604 

2 581 

3 965 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Louisiana 



CONTENTS 

[Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 20-, which appears as part of number for each page.) 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 14 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 26 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 34 

7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 39 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 39 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 40 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 42 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 43 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 45 




\ 



20-3 



1958 



State total 



EACH SYMBOL = = = =,(-(,, 
5% CHANGE — — —ij/o 




$3,391,184, 



LOUISIANA Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 

Lumber, BIdg. Materials, Farm ^=221 
Equip., Hardware Dealers ^B 225 

f 2% 

General Merchandise 
Group Stores 

Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



Gasoline Service |=^= 220 
Stations {■■iJ49 

Apparel, ^^199 
Accessory Stores ^^210 

# 5% 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^=152 
Equipment Stores |Hl50 

= -1% 



Eating, Drinking Places ^^7?? 

#5% 

Drug Stores, N 106 
Proprietary Stores |Sj25 

Other Retail Stores ^82^1^5 
#«8% 




Nonstore Retailers 



1.68 
P85 

mmmm%23% 



1958 1963 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census ^ 



20-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-5 



TABLE 1. 



The State: 1963 and 1958 



SIC 
code 



Kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



RETAIL TRADE I TOTAL. 



521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



511 

5111 

5«2 

5113 

5U11 

5«5-5it9 



56 

561i567 

562-3i568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

561.559 



59 EX 

592 

593 

59« 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTrJICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY" NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 
TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHI,\G STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 
TOTAL 

liquor stores 

antique stores. secondhand stores 

book. stationery stores 

sporting goods stores. bicycle shops 

farm. garden supply stores. including feed stores 

jewelry stores 

Fuel, ice dealers 

other stores 

nonstore retailers* 

TOTAL 



1 236 
552 
162 
3118 



5 703 
5 006 

267 



I 623 
232 
553 
1129 
1211 
1138 
304 
96 



4 778 
2 839 
1 939 



2 937 

2 528 

153 



3 508 
2 305 
1 203 



1 982 
365 
193 
60 
106 
242 
222 



224 761 
121 389 
15 140 
26 410 
61 822 



821 251 
779 391 
17 390 
6 845 
3 009 
14 616 



209 627 
30 589 
77 853 
58 950 
8 903 
64 415 



150 382 
96 607 
53 775 



221 500 
162 229 

59 271 



124 530 

122 311 

2 219 



215 258 
38 287 
12 307 
7 547 
10 864 
55 685 
25 112 
19 830 
45 626 



3 257 840 



220 845 
119 957 
14 446 
25 008 
61 434 



422 911 
249 287 
74 717 
98 907 



755 501 
718 463 
14 524 
6 359 
2 235 
14 020 



204 997 

29 677 
77 105 
58 372 

8 733 
52 184 

30 469 
5 562 



148 150 
95 045 
53 105 



204 404 
155 951 
48 453 



124 026 

121 929 

2 097 



11 419 
7 501 
9 724 
54 825 
24 558 
19 192 
42 236 



7 795 
6 817 



1 586 
252 
470 



2 838 
564 
234 



1 173 
539 
135 
323 
175 



1 352 
230 
414 
353 



1 050 
595 

465 



■1 778 

340 

152 



221 287 
135 845 

14 584 



347 259 

191 731 

56 278 

99 250 



7 719 
2 319 
12 541 



210 449 
141 562 
68 887 



198 663 

33 859 

9 891 

7 570 

7 548 

51 319 

26 280 

21 505 

40 681 



2 713 857 



215 115 
134 109 
13 520 
32 383 
35 103 



330 113 
191 731 
55 494 

82 ess 



7 031 
1 241 
9 551 



194 837 

28 830 
64 488 
60 486 

4 002 

68 351 

29 055 



145 346 
92 119 
53 227 



179 403 
129 494 
49 909 



103 990 

102 863 

1 127 



180 171 

27 559 

8 937 

7 214 

5 842 

50 225 

24 464 

20 491 

34 439 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) ll/ithheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicat)le. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this talile. 

'•Data not provided because establishments with no payroll ate classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 
Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition. 



20-6 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2 The State: 1963 



SIC 
code 



521 

522 
523 
524 
5251 
5252 



sta 

5H3 

54H 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



562-3i56 
562 

563. 56B 
563 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S' BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



Total 
(number) 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 
FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL" ACCESSORY STORES 



24 609 



236 
366 
186 



5 703 

5 006 

177 



623 
232 

206 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



224 761 
90 602 
30 787 



426 679 

249 287 

75 417 

90 375 

10 899 

701 



821 251 

779 391 

14 246 

3 144 

6 845 
3 009 
3 079 
8 934 

7 167 
1 767 

622 
1 981 



664 074 
547 Oil 
470 116 
14 545 
62 350 
36 694 
36 689 

21 196 

22 484 
13 312 

(0) 
ID) 



209 627 
30 589 
28 973 

1 616 

77 853 
68 950 
8 903 

2 292 
383 
ID) 

5 342 



64 416 
30 997 
2 525 
10 747 
409 
17 316 
5 401 
371 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



3 257 840 



220 845 
89 326 
30 631 
4 075 
9 404 
967 
25 008 
61 434 



422 911 

249 287 

74 717 

87 721 

10 567 

619 



755 601 

718 463 

11 866 

2 658 

6 359 
2 235 
2 811 
8 820 

7 121 
1 699 

434 
1 955 



658 618 
547 Oil 
470 116 
14 545 
62 350 
32 388 
35 933 

21 196 

22 090 
13 188 

(0) 
ID) 



204 997 
29 677 
28 121 

1 556 

77 105 
68 372 
8 733 

2 274 
329 
ID) 

5 300 
(D) 



62 184 
30 469 
2 525 
10 737 
385 
16 822 
5 245 
317 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



28 183 
11 940 
4 520 
649 
1 617 
182 
3 093 
6 182 



57 825 
36 881 
10 982 
8 654 
1 235 



73 



50 689 

45 957 

906 

201 

526 

283 

394 

1 963 

1 664 

299 



42 237 
1 948 
5 292 

1 961 
5 194 

2 378 
2 227 
1 510 



28 279 

4 224 

3 904 

320 

10 024 

8 875 

1 149 

406 



Payroll, 
workweeli 
ended 
nearest 
Now, 15 

(dollars) 



83 178 

12 868 

33 087 

4 314 

59 540 

125 510 



155 097 
759 977 
208 002 
160 074 
25 188 
1 856 



987 950 

898 686 

17 583 

4 132 

8 750 

4 815 

7 147 
37 201 
31 714 

5 487 
700 

8 936 



166 083 
936 684 
798 653 
42 440 
95 591 

40 635 
101 895 

45 187 

41 682 
27 827 

ID) 
ID) 



531 935 
76 600 
70 697 
5 903 

197 550 

175 056 

22 494 

7 754 

694 

ID) 

11 850 



6 427 
29 879 

748 
42 056 
11 951 

980 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



7 266 

3 099 

1 149 

150 

345 



17 901 
16 120 
300 
118 
168 
134 
109 



13 216 

10 192 

8 750 

375 

1 067 

533 

1 335 

718 

438 

293 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in tliis table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-7 



TABLE 2. The State: 1963-Continued 



t 778 
2 839 
2 086 



2 672 
527 
283 



FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS i EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY 1 CURTAIN' UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA' GLASSKAREi METAL*ARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO- TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS' LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK' STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES' BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY' GRAIN' FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL' ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND *00D DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES' STANDS 

NEKS DEALERS' NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA' PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT' NOVELTY' SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE' LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY' TOY' GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



3 508 
2 305 
1 682 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



ISO 382 
96 607 
88 187 
5 672 

1 305 
505 
638 

36 567 
7 271 
9 931 

2 511 



221 500 
162 229 
115 511 
10 068 
23 878 
12 769 
59 271 



121 530 

122 311 
2 219 



215 258 
38 287 
12 307 
3 316 
8 991 
7 517 
2 211 
5 306 



10 861 

10 058 

806 

31 060 

19 928 

1 697 

25 112 

19 830 

331 

1 086 

1 066 

17 311 

10 775 
1 515 
1 162 
1 261 

1 352 
5 702 

130 
817 

2 615 
111 



81 565 
15 818 
25 257 
13 160 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



lis 150 
95 015 
87 217 
5 151 

1 287 
169 
618 

36 115 
7 250 
9 710 

2 395 
7 315 



201 101 

155 951 

110 608 

10 058 

22 621 

12 651 

18 153 



121 026 

121 929 

2 097 



2 966 

8 153 
7 501 



9 721 

8 950 

761 

33 316 

19 808 

1 671 

21 558 

19 192 

326 

182 

1 010 

17 311 

10 215 
1 317 
1 118 
1 221 

1 018 
5 536 

130 
751 

2 357 
361 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



11 387 

13 Oil 

955 

198 

50 

110 

1 591 

1 102 

1 535 

220 

1 315 



12 622 
35 820 
21 399 
2 781 
1 105 
1 235 
6 802 



16 271 

16 019 

225 



23 985 
2 176 
1 911 



1 166 

217 

3 851 

3 851 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



119 021 

281 061 

255 610 

18 112 

3 889 

1 010 

2 113 
88 181 
21 905 
27 567 

3 633 
23 931 



825 518 
585 358 
165 325 
51 193 
87 708 
77 831 
139 190 



311 106 

309 303 

1 803 



169 622 
13 657 

10 377 
8 327 

32 050 
21 305 
1 789 

19 516 

20 503 
18 771 

1 732 

11 913 
26 167 

1 111 
71 131 



71 801 

33 757 

7 312 
2 131 
9 129 
9 550 

18 811 
1 135 
1 732 
6 327 
1 003 
1 100 

22 878 



Paid 


Active 


employees, 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



5 108 
3 697 
3 215 



20 503 
17 218 
12 271 
1 231 



5 605 

5 505 

100 



7 311 
892 
621 
113 
511 
319 



837 
193 
390 



1 838 

2 803 
2 098 



2 383 
515 
256 



20-8 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Parishes; Cities of 2,500 









Total 










Kind-of-bus 


ness group 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unmcor- 
porated 
busmesses 


Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 


General 
merchandise 
group stores ' 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


21 609 


17 961 


3 391 184 


3 257 840 


365 090 


7 097 210 


119 920 


22 073 


1 236 


224 761 


1 239 


426 579 


U39 
70 
166 

111 

92 


313 
36 

136 
91 
50 


41 8l7 
4- 736 

21 021 
9 376 
6 684 


39 409 

4 124 
20 493 

8 942 

5 850 


4 014 

396 

2 085 

1 016 

517 


77 399 

8 315 
39 504 
19 766 

9 814 


1 482 
168 
722 
405 
187 


363 
62 

120 
90 
91 


30 
3 

14 
10 

3 


6 840 

(0) 

3 437 

1 874 

(Dl 


24 
5 

4 
8 
7 


4 218 

733 

1 278 

1 494 

713 


186 
81 
105 


138 

65 
73 


17 196 
9 985 
7 211 


16 438 
9 631 
6 807 


1 536 
857 
679 


28 105 
15 188 
12 917 


591 
323 

268 


172 
72 
100 


15 
3 
12 


1 824 

449 

1 375 


14 

7 
7 


1 352 

754 
608 


25« 
107 
78 


172 
79 
56 
37 


26 100 
11 449 
11 646 
3 005 


24 620 

10 855 

11 256 
2 509 


2 304 

1 076 

1 016 

212 


44 519 

19 689 

20 473 
4 357 


837 
395 
349 
93 


249 
107 
69 
73 


15 
8 

3 


3 520 

2 586 

297 

637 


10 
6 

3 
1 


2 334 

1 576 

ID) 

(Dl 


'^i 


74 


a 209 


7 325 


572 


9 611 


215 


134 


4 


338 


13 


1 559 


J 39 
81 

182 


179 
55 
50 

74 


24 463 
8 140 

7 485 

8 838 


21 213 
7 664 
6 797 
6 752 


1 808 
724 
591 
493 


31 601 
12 254 
10 644 
a 703 


648 
241 
215 
192 


344 
69 
80 

195 


19 
4 
4 

11 


2 832 
934 
470 

1 428 


27 
7 
7 

13 


2 459 

1 013 

661 

785 


16B 
12U 


120 
100 
20 


20 726 
19 270 
1 456 


19 752 
18 680 
1 072 


1 710 

1 632 

78 


32 673 

31 095 

1 578 


619 

573 
46 


174 
129 
45 


12 

11 
1 


1 196 

101 
(01 


10 

8 

2 


1 350 
(Dl 

(Dl 


137 
54 
B3 


101 
42 
59 


8 136 
4 296 
3 840 


7 170 
3 662 
3 508 


631 
359 

272 


12 073 
7 056 
5 017 


256 
132 
124 


135 

54 
81 


6 

4 
2 


319 

(0) 
101 


22 

7 
15 


945 
285 
559 


388 

252 

12 

12U 


304 

212 

10 

82 


47 024 
36 581 
1 049 
9 394 


45 246 

35 691 

1 027 

8 528 


4 588 

3 •■•87 

175 

626 


87 103 

71 465 

3 506 

12 132 


1 536 

1 235 

60 

241 


345 

209 

6 

130 


15 
11 


2 693 
1 819 

874 


22 
10 
1 

11 


4 845 

3 973 

(Dl 

101 


1 675 

I 392 

45 

238 


1 363 

1 164 
39 
160 


285 836 

258 567 

5 931 

21 338 


279 778 

253 699 

5 841 

20 238 


33 452 

31 000 

566 

1 886 


646 391 

599 026 

10 304 

37 061 


10 817 

9 941 

180 

696 


1 363 

1 105 
34 
224 


71 

61 

4 

6 


16 552 

13 934 

547 

2 071 


67 

49 

3 

15 


35 025 

33 788 

220 

1 018 


1 110 
74 
581 
124 
30 
36 
265 


838 
52 

475 
90 
20 
32 

169 


145 873 
4 955 
100 412 
13 894 
1 921 
3 061 
21 630 


138 981 
4 413 
97 360 
12 902 

1 805 

2 985 
19 516 


15 146 

421 

10 985 

1 290 

149 

313 

1 988 


293 633 
9 596 
214 371 
23 746 
2 538 
5 618 
37 764 


4 791 
201 

3 346 
406 
54 
105 
679 


940 
78 

441 

120 
29 
31 

241 


79 

42 
7 
2 
5 

19 


11 264 

212 

6 219 

1 382 
(Dl 

•(Dl, 

2 846 


41 

21 
5 
1 
1 

13 


18 381 
(Dl 

16 159 

1 075 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl' 


83 


53 


5 690 


5 210 


458 


8 377 


162 


77 


2 


(Dl 


5 


111 


86 


42 


4 696 


4 004 


328 


5 626 


112 


100 


4 


724 


1 


(Dl 


102 


72 


7 806 


7 172 


602 


10 328 


233 


109 


8 


1 529 


7 


374 


146 
51 
71 

24 


112 
41 
63 
8 


13 279 

5 158 

7 498 

623 


12 741 

5 054 

7 304 

383 


1 038 

368 

654 

16 


19 138 

7 483 

U 287 

368 


401 

141 

248 

12 


149 
58 
68 
23 


2 
2 


268 

(Dl 
(01 


15 

5 
6 


814 
293 
257 
264 


166 
97 

22 


128 
75 
39 
14 


16 935 
11 164 
4 225 

1 546 


16 233 

10 778 
4 065 
1 390 


1 434 
920 
416 
98 


27 710 
17 269 
8 470 
1 971 


583 
343 
201 
39 


152 
91 
37 
24 


8 

3 
3 
2 


1 216 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


12 
5 
6 

1 


815 
313 
(01 
(Dl 


167 
83 
84 


111 

71 
40 


16 487 
11 692 
4 795 


15 023 
11 266 
3 757 


1 541 

1 178 

363 


28 407 
21 333 
7 074 


536 

387 
149 


150 
66 

84 


6 
5 
1 


701 
(Dl 
(Dl 


18 
11 


1 489 
939 
550 


1 564 
26 

1 285 
28 
225 


1 256 

16 

1 055 

22 

163 


316 738 
2 882 

284 226 
4 245 
25 385 


310 700 

2 746 

279 894 

4 057 

24 003 


35 397 

186 

32 427 

392 

2 392 


681 947 
4 034 

624 459 
7 524 
4 5 930 


11 036 
72 

10 061 
122 
781 


1 222 
21 

984 
22 

195 


85 

1 

65 

2 
17 


15 566 
(Dl 

12 202 

(D) 

2 964 


59 

1 
47 

2 


55 518 
(Dl 

54 955 

(01 

1 123 


95 
79 
16 


77 
65 
12 


12 431 

11 480 

951 


12 161 

11 252 

909 


I 180 

1 125 

55 


20 896 
19 512 
1 384 


375 
339 
36 


74 
58 
15 


9 
9 


3 367 
3 367 


5 

5 


466 
465 


103 


53 


5 775 


4 527 


342 


6 791 


130 


111 


3 


247 


6 


295 


264 
65 

138 
61 


158 
37 
82 
39 


19 366 

3 235 
U 238 

4 893 


17 506 
2 783 

10 174 
4 549 


1 652 

271 

1 017 

364 


33 588 
5 313 

20 553 
7 722 


695 
98 
438 
159 


269 
63 

139 
67 


21 

9 
6 


3 194 

580 

1 830 

784 


26 
6 

14 
6 


2 109 
207 

1 700 
202 


167 
91 
76 


131 
83 
48 


21 725 
16 362 
5 363 


20 789 
16 176 
4 611 


2 002 

1 678 

324 


38 757 
31 343 
7 414 


652 
512 
140 


150 
76 


14 
9 
5 


4 880 

4 106 

774 


B 
2 


674 
(01 
(Dl 



LOUISIANOi TOTAL 
ACADIA PARISH. 



CHURCH POINT . . . . 

CRO*LEY 

RAYNE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ALLEN PARISH 

OAKOALE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ASCENSION PARISH . . 
DONALOSONVILLE . . 

GONZALES 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 



ASSUMPTION PARISH. 



AVOYELLES PARISH . . . 
BUNKIE 

MARKSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



BEAUREGARD PARISH. . . 

DE RIDDER 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



BIENVILLE PARISH . . . 

ARCADIA 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



BOSSIER PARISH . . . . 
BOSSIER CITY . . . . 
SHREVEPOKT (PARTI ^ . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



CADDO PARISH .... 
SHREVEPORT (PARTI ' 

VIVIAN 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 



CALCASIEU PARISH . . . 

DE OUINCY 

LAKE CHARLES . . . . 

SULPHUR 

VINTON 

WESTLAKE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



CALDWELL PARISH. 
CAMERON PARISH . 
CATAHOULA PARISH 



LAIBORNE PARISH , . . 

HAYNESVILLE 

HOMER 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



CONCORDIA PARISH . . 

FERRIDAY 

VIDALIA 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 



DE SOTO PARISH .... 

MANSFIELD 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH 

BAKER 

BATON ROUGE 

ZACHARY 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



EAST CARROLL PARISH. 
LAKE PROVIDENCE. . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH 



EAST FELICIANA PARISH. 



EVANGELINE PARISH. . . 
MAHOU 

VILLE PLATTE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



FRANKLIN PARISH. . . . 

KINNSBORO 

I REMAINDER OF PARISH. 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
'Slueveporl is in Bossier and Caddo Parishes. 



AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 



Klndofbusiness group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers * 


1 


Estab 
hsh- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




5 703 


621 251 


366 


664 074 


3 207 


248 557 


1 623 


209 627 


1 130 


150 382 


4 776 


221 500 


897 


124 530 


2 672 


215 258 


758 


84 565 


1 


120 
27 

37 
28 
26 


8 986 

628 
5 0U3 
2 070 
1 045 


27 
5 

U 
9 
2 


8 593 

1 083 
4 291 

(0). 

(Dl 


46 
4 
18 
14 
12 


2 744 
309 

1 301 
595 
438 


22 
2 

15 
5 


1 471 
(Dl 

1 017 
(Dl 


21 

2 
11 

7 
1 


1 538 
(Dl 
656 
367 

(Dl 


85 
15 
27 

11 

33 


2 010 
160 
781 
353 
706 


14 

2 
7 

1 


1 594 
(01 
820 
511 
(Dl 


42 

5 
17 
15 

5 


2 533 

465 
907 
767 
373 


5 

5 


1 290 
1 290 


e 


145 
23 
22 


4 499 
2 932 
1 567 


17 

6 
9 


4 346 
3 064 
1 282 


25 
16 


1 917 
937 
980 


9 
5 

3 


790 
524 
155 


9 
7 
2 


553 

(Dl 
(Dl 


31 
11 
20 


551 
291 
250 


6 
4 


793 
407 
385 


13 
5 
8 


561 
(Dl 
(Dl 


: 


: 


e 


73 
34 
13 
26 


7 448 

2 829 

3 794 
825 


19 

7 
9 

3 


5 742 

1 654 

4 051 

37 


35 
13 
12 
10 


1 769 
773 
615 
381 


11 
6 

4 

1 


1 034 
382 
(Dl 
(01 


8 


759 
310 
449 


40 
14 
13 
13 


1 363 
428 
652 
303 


10 
6 

3 
1 


834 
436 
(01 
(Dl 


21 

5 
8 
8 


1 013 
289 
363 
361 


12 

6 
2 


264 
186 
(0I> 
(01 


ic 
1 

i: 
i: 


39 


1 915 


5 


1 562 


18 


941 


2 


(01 


4 


236 


31 


804 


5 


420 


1 


(01 


- 


- 


1' 


109 
11 
26 
72 


5 134 
1 016 

1 549 

2 569 


18 

5 
8 
5 


6 242 

2 683 

3 333 
225 


40 
14 
6 
16 


1 416 
582 
412 
322 


11 
2 

3 
6 


509 
(01 
(Dl 
190 


14 

5 
5 


1 482 
647 
273 
552 


44 
13 
5 
25 


818 
161 
1?3 
534 


9 

3 
2 


988 
(01 
(Dl 
238 


41 
14 
6 
19 


1 402 
425 
150 
817 


7 
3 


1 181 

14 

1 167 


1. 
i( 
1- 
is 


37 
20 
17 


4 554 

3 699 

655 


13 
13 


5 48U 
5 484 


23 
16 

7 


1 513 

1 350 

153 


10 
10 


803 
(01 
(Dl 


9 

8 
1 


395 

(Dl 
(Dl 


18 
10 
8 


620 
426 
194 


4 
3 
1 


543 
(01 
(01 


24 
20 


3 185 

3 115 

70 


8 
5 
3 


1 083 

1 074 

9 


1= 

2C 
2 


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13 
29 


2 908 
1 345 
1 553 


6 
7 
1 


1 587 
(01 
(01 


23 
9 

14 


909 
284 
625 


7 
5 

2 


441 
(01 
(01 


1 
3 


155 
(Dl 
(Dl 


9 

3 
5 


233 

101 
132 


5 
1 
4 


(Dl 
(01 
139 


10 
4 
6 


275 
95 
180 


1 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


2. 

2' 


72 
2B 


8 537 
5 615 

2 722 


35 

28 

1 

6 


11 987 
10 343 

(Dl 
(01 


53 

45 
4 
14 


5 449 

4 612 

157 

680 


19 
15 
2 

2 


1 670 

1 435 

(Dl 

(01 


15 
12 

3 


1 034 
881 

153 


78 
61 
2 
15 


3 730 

3 144 

(01 

(Dl 


13 
10 
1 

2 


1 509 

1 155 

(Dl 

(Dl 


49 

28 

1 

20 


3 791 

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1 543 


7 
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1 579 

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2. 

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2 


353 

257 
7 
S9 


57 833 

55 574 

1 942 

10 317 


89 
73 
5 
10 


58 115 

54 948 

1 819 

1 348 


229 

193 

8 

28 


16 653 

15 919 

354 

1 580 


155 

146 
2 

7 


25 298 

24 631 
(Dl 
(Dl 


105 
95 

3 
6 


17 116 

16 190 

360 

555 


225 

192 

6 

27 


13 000 

11 827 

153 

1 020 


63 
54 

3 
6 


10 219 

9 150 

325 

733 


255 
222 

3 
30 


18 321 

15 483 

(01 

(01 


53 

49 

14 


5 503 
5 113 

390 


2 

3 
3 
3 


225 
19 
9lt 
21 
7 
6 
7B 


36 621 
1 760 

22 193 

3 593 

582 

1 112 

7 581 


59 

39 
5 

1 
9 


30 231 

(01 

23 701 

3 040 

(Dl 

(Dl 

2 725 


170 
13 

78 
19 
6 
8 
46 


12 615 

962 

5 689 

1 299 

519 

679 

3 456 


72 
5 
51 
10 

3 
1 
2 


7 571 
419 

6 154 
850 
26 
(Dl 
(01 


58 
5 
37 


5 372 

75 

4 331 

515 

(Dl 
82 
(Dl 


198 
11 
94 
18 
6 
5 
53 


6 709 
336 

3 306 
717 
149 
166 

2 035 


41 
2 
23 

5 

2 
2 
7 


5 721 
(Jl 

3 952 
592 
(01 
(Dl 
404 


137 
9 
82 
18 
2 
2 
24 


9 483 
282 

7 152 
588 
(01 
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1 097 


30 
2 

20 
6 

2 


1 404 

(01 

1 325 

42 

(01 
(01 


3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 

3 


23 


1 642 


4 


1 431 


15 


598 


5 


493 




(Dl 


10 


228 


3 


304 


15 


401 


- 


- 


4 


26 


1 448 


2 


(Dl 


12 


602 


2 


(Dl 




184 


26 


503 


2 


(01 


t 


126 


2 


(Dl 


« 


35 


2 133 


1 


(Dl 


13 


966 


6 


283 




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15 


330 


5 


280 


10 


989 


- 


- 


4 


32 
13 
13 
6 


3 739 

1 647 

1 954 

138 


12 
6 
6 


4 431 

1 757 

2 654 


29 
8 

17 
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1 243 
377 
729 
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10 

2 
8 


937 
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(Dl 




147 
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15 
6 
6 
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209 
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134 
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3 
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557 
239 
418 


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804 
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30 


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31 
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4 964 

2 761 

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11 
5 
3 
2 


3 932 

3 708 
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(01 


27 
15 
8 
3 


1 785 
912 

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(Dl 


9 

7 
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353 

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(01 


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12 
6 


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387 
385 


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4 
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51 
19 
32 


4 333 

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10 
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3 225 
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460 


16 
9 

7 


1 146 
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7 


704 
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439 


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512 
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(Dl 


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5 


342 
253 
79 


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5. 
5. 


271 
7 

203 
5 
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73 813 
1 706 

63 665 

964 

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106 
2 
87 
2 
15 


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52 392 

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1 981 


243 

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191 

5 
42 


24 038 
379 

18 680 

528 

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124 

2 
114 

3 
5 


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119 
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79 

75 

2 
1 


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13 339 

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(Dl 


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1 

227 

3 

29 


17 119 
(Dl 

15 353 

(Dl 

1 642 


51 
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50 
3 

7 


10 014 

(01 

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214 

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178 

1 

33 


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17 117 

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512 


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5. 
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5 


26 
21 

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7 


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1 585 


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7 
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749 
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(01 


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517 
517 


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2 


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422 


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259 


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5 


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5 


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824 


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15 

tl 

15 


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12 

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3 


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2 059 

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31 
5 

15 
10 


1 431 

179 

1 088 

154 


20 
5 
5 
8 


515 
141 
166 
185 


12 

5 
6 
1 


937 
(01 
672 
(Dl 


49 
14 
26 
9 


788 
231 
399 
158 


5 

2 
3 
1 


504 
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(01 
(Dl 


12 

3 
7 
2 


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502 
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2 


419 
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(Dl 


5. 

61 

6; 

5( 


15 
16 
29 


4 315 
2 441 
1 874 


15 

10 
5 


3 584 

2 757 

627 


21 
10 
11 


1 895 

1 233 

552 


15 
9 

5 


1 305 

1 005 

300 


9 
6 
3 


574 
498 
76 


9 
5 

4 


345 
191 
155 


9 

6 

3 


675 
672 
203 


17 
13 


2 906 
(01 
(01 


5 

1 


371 

(01 
(Dl 


5' 
5£ 
5= 



20-10 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Parishes; Cities of 2,500 



GRANT PARISH 

IBERIA PARISH 

JEANERETTE 

NEW IBERIA 

REMAINDER OF PARISH, 

IBERVILLE PARISH . . . 

PLAOUEMINE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH, 

JACKSON PARISH . . . , 

JONESBORO , 

REMAINDER OF PARISH, 

JEFFERSON PARISH . . . 

GRETNA , 

HARAHAN 

KENNER 

*ESTWEGO 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

JEFFERSON DAVIS PARISI 

JENNINGS 

LAKE ARTHUR. ... 

WELSH 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

LAFAYETTE PARISH • . 

LAFAYETTE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

LAFOURCHE PARISH . . 
GOLDEN MEADOW. . . 

THIBODAUX 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

LA SALLE PARISH. . . 

LINCOLN PARISH ... 

GRAMBLING 

RUSTON 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

LIVINGSTON PARISH. . . 
DENHAM SPRINGS . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH, 

MADISON PARISH ... 

TALLULAH 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

MOREHOUSE PARISH . . 

BASTROP , 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 

NATCHITOCHES PARISH. 
NATCHITOCHES ... 
REMAINDER OF PARISH 



OUACHITA PARISH. . . . 

MONROE 

WEST MONROE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



PLAQUEMINES PARISH 



POINTE COUPEE PARISH . 
NEW ROADS 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



RAPIDES PARISH . . . 
ALEXANDRIA .... 

PINEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 



Total 
(number) 



RED RIVER PARISH 



RICHLAND PARISH. . , . 

DELHI 

RAyVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



SABINE PARISH 

mAnY 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ST BERNARD PARISH. 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 5: 



D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
:, are shown separately in this table 



50 58S 
5 889 

39 327 
5 369 

23 285 

11 067 

12 218 



256 039 
«1 519 
3 653 
6 639 
10 286 
193 9«2 

33 mn 

21 850 
2 173 
6 9«0 

2 211 

109 800 
95 119 
14 681 

61 197 

3 892 
31 051 
26 2«« 



18 965 
12 278 
6 687 

lU 045 
12 997 
1 0«8 

26 617 

21 958 
4 659 

22 863 
18 650 

4 213 



812 
678 
316 
818 

328 
716 
612 

905 

(NA) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



48 619 
5 763 

38 045 
4 811 

22 075 

10 661 

11 414 

12 918 
10 331 

2 587 



5 925 
9 730 

189 866 

32 040 

21 282 

2 287 

6 690 
1 781 

106 016 

92 881 

13 135 

57 919 

3 558 
30 189 
24 172 



24 484 

312 

22 036 



13 547 

12 627 

920 

25 219 

20 720 
4 499 

21 791 
18 318 

3 473 



134 347 

109 200 

19 165 

5 982 



11 773 

8 592 
3 181 

107 602 

83 779 

9 544 
14 279 



19 660 

8 108 

9 936 
1 616 

11 758 

8 178 

3 580 



21 325 

Not available. 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



5 130 
506 

4 177 
447 

1 758 

1 002 

756 



289 

591 

849 

19 850 



1 954 
190 
781 
239 

12 193 
10 907 

1 286 

5 467 

370 

3 096 

2 001 



2 266 

1 915 
351 

2 133 

1 837 
295 



14 974 

12 281 

2 068 

625 



1 030 
794 
235 

11 521 

9 433 

836 

1 352 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



33 991 

19 322 

14 669 

25 256 

20 250 

4 995 

518 419 
85 932 

5 889 



61 554 
38 340 

3 948 
13 389 

5 887 

236 377 
210 883 
25 494 

106 727 
10 549 
56 628 



48 305 

336 

43 889 

4 081 

33 150 
20 870 
12 280 



45 296 
37 967 
7 329 

41 613 
35 973 
5 540 



2 052 117 

299 233 

248 891 
38 855 
11 477 



22 815 
18 531 
4 285 

220 409 
175 881 
15 206 
28 322 



35 992 

14 799 
19 616 
2 577 

19 120 
13 029 
6 091 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(number) 



216 

275 
6 454 



1 800 
142 
957 



4 686 

3 733 

710 

243 



3 855 

2 997 

295 

573 



804 33 723 

(X) Not applicable. 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., tiardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



184 

4 540 

1 142 

2 858 
540 

1 249 
452 
797 



317 

966 

9 771 

5 758 
1 729 

323 
3 017 

689 

7 839 



22 


763 


9 


072 


7 


289 




(D) 




IDI 




852 


1 


860 




IDI, 




IDI 


7 


'404 


4 


248 




508 


2 


548 




IDI 


5 


703 


2 


583 


2 


751 




359 



General 
merchandise 
group stores • 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 continued 



Kind-of-busmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers ■ 


"i 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


= 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number; 


($1,000) 


(number. 


($1,000) 




21 


901 


5 


1 419 


11 


588 


1 


ID) 


s 


31 


13 


257 


2 


(D) 


3 


92 


2 


ID) 


1 


123 
20 
73 
30 


11 973 

999 

9 577 

1 397 


31 
5 
22 


11 260 

1 704 

8 859 

697 


59 
10 
42 

7 


4 255 
457 

2 931 
867 


31 
3 
28 


3 800 

133 

3 657 


36 

8 
25 

3 


3 128 
379 

2 589 
160 


87 
15 
56 
15 


2 195 
354 

1 441 
400 


17 
3 
11 

3 


1 585 
240 

1 087 
258 


57 
5 

45 
6 


2 555 

36 

2 218 

301 


11 

6 
1 


(o" 

939 

(D> 


2 

3 

5 


69 
25 
41 


7 309 
3 646 
3 653 


15 
6 
9 


7 516 
2 829 

4 687 


29 
15 

14 


1 506 
971 
535 


9 
5 


478 
252 
225 


15 
10 
5 


1 222 

1 014 

208 


40 
13 

27 


1 194 
545 
648 


8 

4 


767 
408 
359 


14 
5 


ID> 
203 
(0). 


2 
2 


(D> 
(0) 


5 

7 
8 


38 
15 
23 


3 572 
2 369 
1 203 


4 


ID] 
(0) 


22 

11 
11 


1 486 
676 
810 


6 
8 


737 
737 


7 
4 
3 


922 
655 
267 


11 
7 


259 
173 
86 


2 
2 


548 
(D) 
(D) 


10 
7 
3 


754 
483 
281 


4 
2 
2 


14 
(D> 
(D) 


9 
10 
11 


229 
33 

7 
17 
17 
155 


88 826 
5 790 
1 806 

3 155 

4 825 
73 250 


75 
22 

1 
3 

45 


40 148 

16 152 

ID) 

ID) 

1 141 

22 431 


191 
27 
7 
13 
13 

131 


17 575 
1 549 
576 
880 
1 020 
13 451 


74 
18 
1 
5 
4 
46 


13 251 

4 029 
ID) 
ID) 
325 

a 555 


57 
13 

2 
38 


10 710 
2 717 

ID) 

ID) 
7 426 


337 
59 

7 

18 

8 

235 


20 023 

2 505 

211 

1 048 

478 

15 781 


37 
5 
2 

1 
2 
27 


8 634 
899 
(D) 
ID) 
(D) 

6 835 


100 
21 
2 

3 
70 


7 149 

1 135 

(D) 

155 

ID) 

5 273 


63 
5 
7 
9 

38 


3 328 
84 
99 
228 

44 
2 873 


12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 


67 
25 
13 
8 
21 


6 818 

4 411 

367 

974 

555 


20 
11 
2 
5 
1 


9 053 

8 144 

ID) 

732 

(D) 


40 
17 
5 
5 
12 


1 985 

1 207 

175 

337 

266 


19 
13 
2 


1 263 
10) 
ID) 
245 


16 
8 
5 
3 


981 
588 
136 
257 


53 
20 
12 

7 
14 


1 2de 

641 
220 
153 

194 


10 
6 
1 

2 

1 


1 290 
779 

ID) 
(D) 
(D) 


25 
15 

2 
6 

2 


(131 
1 498 
(D) 
839 
(D) 


2 

2 


(0) 
ID) 


18 
19 
20 
21 
22 


Its 

83 
62 


18 664 
14 798 
3 866 


31 
27 


23 900 
23 653 

247 


109 
77 
32 


8 664 
6 711 
1 953 


58 
54 


9 378 

9 202 

176 


36 
28 
8 


5 331 

5 084 

247 


177 
134 

43 


7 575 

6 583 

993 


40 
28 
12 


3 490 

2 808 

682 


95 
76 
19 


8 806 
6 938 
1 868 


23 

14 
9 


1 494 

1 398 

95 


23 

24 
25 


126 
9 
31 
83 


15 957 

541 

7 892 

7 524 


30 
3 

11 
16 


12 567 

ID) 

5 848 

ID) 


59 
5 
18 
36 


4 384 
398 

1 714 

2 272 


40 

20 
15 


3 842 

218 

2 492 

1 132 


17 
1 
6 

10 


2 543 
(D) 

1 084 
(01 


87 
10 
25 

51 


3 615 

257 

1 428 

1 830 


14 
3 
5 
6 


1 808 
174 
740 
894 


41 
3 
21 
17 


4 593 

65 

3 506 

1 022 


18 

5 
12 


1 446 

1 215 
230 


26 

27 
28 
29 


33 


2 652 


13 


2 936 


21 


1 212 


7 


550 


3 


235 


11 


192 


4 


465 


10 


459 


- 


- 


30 


48 

1 

35 

12 


5 574 
(D> 

5 038 
(01 


16 

15 

1 


6 554 

ID) 
(0) 


35 
3 

27 
5 


2 419 
125 

1 796 
498 


19 
2 

16 
1 


2 225 

ID) 

2 089 

(0) 


12 

11 
1 


994 

ID) 
(D) 


19 
3 

15 
1 


1 005 
(0) 
895 

(D) 


9 

7 
2 


893 

(01 

(D) 


20 

18 

2 


1 739 

(D) 
(D) 


6 

4 
2 


526 

(0) 

(D) 


31 
32 
33 

34 


52 
19 
33 


4 695 
2 829 
1 865 


12 
11 

1 


4 855 
(D) 
(0) 


35 
12 
23 


2 069 

979 

1 090 


11 
5 
5 


701 
575 
126 


4 
4 


(D) 
ID) 


41 
11 
30 


3 316 

1 182 

2 134 


5 
3 

2 


533 
(D) 

ID) 


9 
7 
2 


551 
(D) 
(D) 


1 
1 


(0) 
(D> 


35 
35 
37 


29 

2"t 
5 


3 133 

2 955 

168 


6 
6 


3 152 
3 152 


18 
18 


1 054 
ID) 
ID) 


8 

8 


567 
567 


6 
5 


345 
345 


21 
19 
2 


(0) 

688 
(D) 


3 

3 


534 
534 


15 
13 
2 


1 084 
ID) 

(D) 


2 
2 


(0) 
(D) 


38 
39 
40 


70 
21 


6 962 

6 056 

906 


15 
14 
1 


5 680 
10) 
ID) 


35 
26 

10 


2 045 
1 568 

477 


12 
12 


1 044 
1 044 


12 

10 

2 


959 
10) 

(D) 


32 
25 

7 


1 014 
854 
150 


11 
7 


1 106 
835 
271 


27 
20 

7 


2 035 

1 422 

513 


9 

7 
2 


452 
(D) 
ID) 


41 

42 
43 


65 
29 
36 


6 340 
4 573 
1 767 


11 

10 

1 


2 958 
ID) 
(D) 


28 
18 
10 


2 182 

1 583 

499 


16 
16 


1 226 
1 225 


6 
5 


325 
326 


21 
9 
12 


788 
455 
333 


7 
6 
1 


854 
(0) 

(D) 


28 

11 
17 


1 683 
913 
770 


13 
12 
1 


954 
(0) 
(D) 


45 
46 


888 


168 717 


180 


129 827 


378 


39 551 


313 


65 236 


187 


40 337 


1 284 


78 050 


186 


35 015 


533 


47 509 


156 


42 028 


47 


178 
90 
38 
50 


27 380 
17 105 
7 410 
2 865 


49 
37 
10 
2 


28 976 

27 843 

10) 

ID) 


121 
75 
27 
18 


9 311 
5 719 
2 354 
1 228 


84 
64 
17 

3 


10 188 

9 199 

ID) 

(D) 


51 

43 
17 
1 


9 320 

7 962 

(D) 

ID) 


132 
88 
29 
15 


5 724 

4 187 

805 

732 


43 
28 
12 
3 


4 722 

3 551 

879 

192 


132 
90 
28 
14 


7 769 

5 858 

1 485 

415 


40 
20 
13 

7 


2 351 

1 047 

1 178 

136 


48 
49 
50 
51 


314 


4 969 


3 


(D) 


21 


1 523 


1 


ID) 


3 


341 


48 


1 346 


4 


322 


7 


730 


- 


- 


52 


65 
20 
15 


4 041 
2 099 

1 942 


7 


2 525 
2 625 


20 
8 
12 


1 303 
493 
810 


5 

4 

1 


415 
ID) 

(D) 


5 
4 
1 


275 
(D) 

(D) 


30 
13 
17 


519 
193 
326 


8 
5 
3 


488 
376 

112 


13 
8 
5 


895 
337 
559 


6 

5 


92 
92 


53 
54 
55 


183 
84 
21 
78 


26 626 
16 882 
5 280 
4 464 


49 
35 

9 


21 185 

20 104 

173 

908 


124 
51 
15 
58 


8 892 
3 977 
1 455 
3 450 


49 
38 
3 

8 


7 257 

6 590 

ID) 

<D) 


35 
29 
2 
5 


5 340 

5 242 
(D) 
(D) 


127 
85 
8 

34 


5 401 

3 714 

377 

1 310 


24 
18 

3 
3 


3 072 

2 472 

428 

172 


85 
65 
3 
18 


7 440 

5 542 

203 

1 695 


28 
16 
3 
9 


1 372 

1 062 

224 

86 


56 
57 
58 
59 


20 


1 806 


5 


1 790 


6 


614 


5 


115 


4 


197 


5 


202 


1 


(0) 


8 


(D) 


- 


- 


60 


42 
10 
19 
13 


4 180 

1 708 

1 750 

722 


7 
3 


3 294 
ID) 
ID) 


25 

6 
13 
6 


1 507 
575 
741 
191 


20 
7 
10 

3 


881 
254 
601 
25 


6 

3 
3 


456 
232 
224 


20 
3 

13 


701 
132 
494 
75 


6 

2 
3 
1 


948 
ID) 

462 
ID) 


21 

8 
10 

3 


(D) 

1 021 

812 

ID) 


2 
2 


ID) 

ID) 


51 
62 
63 
64 


48 
11 
37 


2 896 
1 750 
1 135 


15 
11 


3 755 
ID) 
ID) 


21 
9 
12 


1 505 
815 
690 


8 
6 

2 


789 
(D) 
ID) 


7 
3 


595 
430 
165 


12 
2 
10 


290 
(D) 
(0) 


2 
2 


441 
ID) 
ID) 


6 

2 


(D) 
165 

(D) 


2 
2 


ID) 
ID) 


65 
66 
67 


48 


11 172 


5 


681 


28 


2 588 


3 


425 


2 


(D) 


56 


1 905 


5 


1 541 


4 


47 


17 


(D) 


68 



20-12 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Parishes; Cities of 2,500 



ST CHARLES PARISH. 
ST HELENA PARISH . 



ST JAMES PARISH. . . . 

LUTCHER 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ST JOHN THE BAPTIST PARISH 



st landry parish . . . 

Eunice 

opelousas 

remainder of parish. 



ST MARTIN PARISH . . . 
BREAUX BRIDGE. . . . 
ST MARTINVILLE . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ST MARY PARISH . . . . 

BERWICK 

FRANKLIN 

MORGAN CITY 

PATTERSON 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ST TAMMANY PARISH. . . 

COVINGTON. 

SEIDELL 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



TANGIPAHOA PARISH. . . 

AMITE CITY 

HAMMOND 

KENTWOOD 

PONCHATOULA 

REMAINDER, OF PARISH. 



TENSAS PARISH. 



TERREBONNE PARISH. . . 

HOUMA 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



UNION PARISH 

FARMERVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



VERMILION PARISH . . . 

ABBEVILLE 

KAPLAN 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



VERNON PARISH 

LEESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



WASHINGTON PARISH. . . 

BOGALUSA 

FRANKLINTON 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



WEBSTER PARISH . . . . 

MINDEN 

SPRINGHILL 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH. 

PORT ALLEN 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 



WEST CARROLL PARISH. 



WEST FELICIANA PARISH. 



WINN PARISH 

WINNFIELO 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



12 162 
2 951 
9 211 



63 022 
15 396 
32 268 

15 358 



U7 


7U1 


1 


557 


13 


227 


?6 


551 


1 


511 


« 


859 


U3 


2«1 


17 


283 


20 


832 


5 


126 


61 


775 


1? 


137 


?« 


195 


5 


5U8 


10 


037 


9 


S58 


8 


060 


614 


"t68 


53 


843 


10 


625 


11 


556 


6 


268 


5 


288 


37 


590 


18 


17J 


8 


801 


10 


613 


19 


1131 


15 


68b 


3 


749 


«2 


765 


?8 


301 


11 


1?1 


3 


343 


35 


331 


19 


249 


11 


837 


4 


245 


7 


001 


5 


079 


1 


922 



10 612 

10 246 

366 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
l$l,000) 



9 082 

1 922 

10 804 

2 801 
8 003 

7 473 



13 169 
6 006 
4 973 
2 190 

45 855 
1 275 
12 823 
26 024 
1 328 
4 405 

41 927 
16 885 
20 510 
4 532 

58 513 
11 847 
23 237 



60 964 
51 865 
9 079 



33 744 
16 861 

7 754 
9 129 

18 2S2 

15 115 
3 137 

40 809 
27 139 

10 667 
3 003 

34 135 

16 743 

11 635 
3 757 



3 982 
10 110 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



6 271 
1 510 

3 547 
1 214 



3 863 

1 644 

1 790 

449 



702 
430 
272 

3 324 

1 769 

781 

774 

1 722 

1 483 
239 

3 705 

2 506 
975 
224 

3 242 
1 827 
1 094 

321 



317 
1 091 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



17 100 

2 901 

17 524 

4 509 

13 015 



27 105 
11 019 
9 909 



65 331 

1 364 

6 523 

71 262 

31 021 

31 211 

9 030 

106 673 

23 808 

43 946 

9 944 

14 698 

14 477 

11 053 

134 759 

112 758 

21 991 

16 345 

9 810 

5 535 

65 297 

35 760 

15 487 
14 050 



61 057 
34 950 
20 043 

6 064 

9 900 

7 585 
2 315 



6 104 
23 505 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 
(number) 



320 
79 
241 

335 

2 354 
556 

1 291 
507 



1 283 
531 
533 
219 

1 964 
410 
822 
196 
275 
261 

204 

2 223 
1 660 

363 

258 
154 
104 

1 205 
534 
280 



1 368 
943 
351 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind of-business group 



Lumber, building 
mails , hardware, 
farm equip dealers 



Estab 
lish 
ments 



Sales 
($1,000) 



1 747 

489 

1 258 

394 

5 099 

1 526 

2 172 



3 201 
1 862 

828 
511 

4 291 
546 

1 267 



951 
530 
331 

7 523 

2 626 
1 554 

3 331 



2 606 

1 509 

1 059 

228 



General 
merchandise 
group stores ■ 



Estab 
hsh- 
ments 



Standard Notes: - Represents zerc. (D) Withlield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-13 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 



Kmd-of-busmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating 
P 


drinking 
aces 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


"1 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
listi- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
menfs 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


1 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No,) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




25 


2 586 


10 


1 630 


25 


1 619 


4 


(01 


6 


755 


40 


735 


4 


541 


13 


294 


2 


(Dl 


1 


5 


536 


- 


- 


6 


454 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


(Dl 


1 


(Dl 




(Dl 




- 


2 


13 
6 
37 


3 888 

1 143 

2 745 


6 
2 

4 


2 795 
IDI 
(Dl 


11 

5 
5 


433 
142 
291 


5 
2 
3 


434 
(Ul 
(Dl 


4 
1 
3 


435 
(01 
(01 


25 

11 

14 


537 
130 
507 


3 
3 


159 
159 




(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


5 

1 


(Dl 
(Dl 
94 


3 
4 
5 


26 


3 291 


2 


(0) 


19 


807 


4 


221 


2 


(Dl 


20 


1 357 


3 


164 




572 


8 


62 


6 


163 

tb 
93 


14 320 

3 209 
6 224 

4 887 


34 
10 
19 
5 


13 549 
3 862 
8 387 
1 300 


99 
23 

34 
42 


5 804 

1 292 

2 921 
2 591 


37 
10 
22 
5 


4 547 
959 

3 450 
238 


30 
6 
11 
11 


3 302 

759 

2 129 

414 


131 
25 

45 
61 


3 539 

557 

1 220 

1 752 


17 

4 
7 
6 


1 981 
627 
899 

455 


64 
18 
31 
15 


3 745 

1 078 

1 773 

695 


14 

5 
5 


1 405 
557 
709 
129 


7 
6 
9 

10 


83 
20 
36 
27 


4 123 
1 065 
1 730 
1 326 


10 
5 
5 


3 913 
2 270 
1 643 


23 
10 
6 

7 


1 183 
613 
281 
269 


10 

5 
5 


427 
204 
223 


6 
3 
3 


(Dl 
256 
(Dl 


48 
17 
19 
12 


1 341 
428 
294 
619 


8 

3 

1 


501 
266 
(01 
(01 


17 


603 

424 
147 
32 


1 
1 


(01 
(01 


11 
12 
13 
14 


111 
6 
26 
tl 
12 
26 


13 889 

251 

3 668 

6 821 

1 020 

2 129 


19 

5 
5 
8 

1 


9 604 

(Dl 

3 232 

5 343 

(0> 

(D) 


39 
1 
10 
13 

1 
14 


4 791 
(Dl 

1 018 

2 671 
(01 
(Dl, 


25 

2 
6 

14 
2 
1 


2 342 
(Dl 
886 

1 182 
(Dl 
(Dl 


22 

1 
6 
12 

3 


2 116 
(Ul 
481 

1 188 

(Dl 


81 
8 

16 

35 
5 

17 


5 336 
105 
559 

4 092 
115 
466 


16 
1 

6 

8 
1 


1 839 
(01 
(Dl 
913 
(Dl 


29 


1 483 
70 
450 
(01 

(Dl 


5 

2 

3 


1 439 

(01 
(01 


15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


69 
21 
19 
29 


14 079 
5 313 

7 672 

1 094 


20 
8 

10 
2 


9 592 
(01 

5 291 
(D) 


45 
13 
14 
18 


3 695 

1 224 

1 463 

988 


20 
9 
8 
3 


1 367 

806 
459 

100 


9 
1 
8 


859 

(Dl 
IDI 
(Dl 


87 
20 
19 
46 


3 031 

744 

1 114 

1 173 


10 

3 
3 


1 367 
504 
691 
172 


37 


3 457 

2 064 

802 

591 


8 
2 
5 
1 


945 
(Dl 
211 
(01 


21 
22 
23 

24 


131 
25 
31 
6 
It 
55 


13 345 

2 171 

5 345 

537 

2 348 
2 944 


35 

7 
15 
7 

2 


15 349 
5 109 
7 160 
1 879 
(Dl 
(Dl 


75 

22 
7 
12 
27 


4 510 
515 

1 852 
268 
870 

1 005 


32 
6 
12 

4 
5 

2 


2 357 
423 

1 270 
252 
(01 
(01 


17 
3 

8 

5 
1 


1 658 
237 
902 

(Dl 

(01 


72 
8 

31 
2 
9 

22 


2 731 
255 

1 291 
(Dl 
(01 
729 


21 
5 
5 
3 
3 
5 


1 605 
195 
612 
173 
410 
215 




8 969 

1 054 

(Dl 

1 421 
(Dl 

2 159 


7 
1 

5 


1 229 

(Dl 

(Dl 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


32 


1 354 


6 


1 717 


12 


527 


6 


205 


2 


(Dl 


10 


233 


3 


262 




670 


1 


(01 


31 


148 
81 
67 


18 651 
14 485 
4 166 


24 
22 
2 


11 215 
(Dl 

(0) 


68 
46 
22 


5 326 
4 125 
1 201 


25 
25 


2 630 
2 630 


25 

24 

2 


3 300 

(Dl 
(01 


110 
73 
37 


5 084 
3 082 
2 002 


14 
11 

3 


1 804 
(01 
(Dl 




3 052 

2 721 

331 


27 
25 
2 


1 647 
(Dl 
(01 


32 
33 

34 


36 
10 
26 


1 995 

1 079 

916 


12 

5 


3 138 
1 699 
1 239 


21 
6 
15 


1 195 
729 
455 


J 


350 
263 

87 


5 

3 
2 


225 

(01 
(Dl 


14 
10 


176 
102 
76 


3 

1 
2 


451 
(01 
(Dl 




2 514 
1 140 
1 374 


2 
2 


16 
(Dl 
(Dl 


35 

35 
37 


124 
15 
36 
«3 


7 380 
3 772 
1 559 

1 949 


22 
8 
8 
5 


7 597 

4 612 

2 077 

708 


45 
17 
12 
16 


2 812 

I 129 

962 

721 


30 
14 
11 

5 


1 611 
737 
523 
351 


21 
12 
5 
3 


1 312 
877 
(Dl 
(01 


89 
24 
22 

43 


2 393 

794 

351 

1 248 


17 

7 

6 


1 615 
713 
421 
482 




3 308 

1 441 

(Dl 

(Dl 


13 
4 


264 
222 
62 


38 
39 

40 
41 


20 
24 


5 042 
3 820 
1 222 


11 

10 
1 


4 654 
(Dl 
(Dl 


25 
19 
6 


1 859 

1 533 

326 


8 
6 


922 
922 


6 
5 


483 
483 


51 
34 
17 


1 912 

1 225 

687 


2 
2 


(01 
(01 




2 359 

(Dl 
(01 


1 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 


42 
43 


98 
57 
21 
20 


9 825 
7 105 
2 156 

564 


26 
13 

7 
1 


9 525 
6 799 

(Dl 
(Dl 


42 
21 
15 
5 


3 333 

2 095 
994 
244 


25 
16 
5 

2 


2 673 

2 089 

(0) 

(01 


19 
13 
5 


1 395 

1 159 

227 


40 
31 
9 


1 250 
1 058 

(01 
(Dl 


14 
11 
3 


1 518 

1 128 

390 




5 043 

1 753 

2 773 
517 


9 
5 
2 
2 


1 283 
1 195 

(01 
(Dl 


45 
46 
47 
46 


72 
29 
9 
34 


9 689 
4 871 
3 142 
1 675 


25 
16 
6 

3 


8 425 

5 200 

3 156 

59 


54 
25 
14 
14 


3 214 

1 787 

887 

540 


22 
12 
9 

1 


2 224 
(Dl 

1 054 
(Dl 


24 
18 
5 

1 


1 637 

(Dl 
584 
(Dl 


37 
13 
8 
16 


1 469 
632 
279 
576 


11 
5 
3 

3 


1 049 
591 
312 
145 




1 574 
839 
288 

447 


17 

2 
7 
8 


475 
(01 
62 
(01 


49 
50 
51 
52 


20 
12 

8 


2 803 

2 124 
579 


4 
2 
2 


238 

(01 
(Dl 


13 
10 
3 


1 386 

1 176 

210 


10 
8 
2 


438 
(01 
(Dl 


2 

1 
1 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 


31 
18 
13 


729 
322 

407 


3 
2 

1 


324 
(Dl 
(01 




(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 


■ 


-: 


53 
54 
55 


33 


1 367 


9 


1 551 


12 


546 


4 


293 


2 


(01 


8 


152 


4 


320 




(01 


- 


- 


56 


13 


1 607 


3 


(Dl 


7 


496 


- 


- 


3 


142 


13 


404 


1 


(Dl 




55 


- 


- 


57 


23 

14 
9 


2 679 

2 380 

299 


9 
9 


2 339 
2 339 


15 
13 

2 


(Dl 

1 110 

(Dl 


6 

1 


580 
(01 
(Dl 


6 
6 


336 
335 


8 
6 


196 
195 


6 
6 


571 
571 


11 
11 


617 
817 


2 
1 
1 


(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


56 
59 
50 



20-14 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
52U 
5251 
5252 



543 

5«H 

5«5 

5"t6 

5tt62 

5«63 

5U9 



55 EX.554 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3i568 


562 




563 


56S 


563 


( 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASSi WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES • 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWINGi NEEDLEKORH STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESt INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES- VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYi NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIESi MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIESi NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS i . . 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NOpNFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER Automotive dealers . . . . ; 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



apparel. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN.S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES. . , . '• 

HOSIERY STORES • 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS • 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES • . , 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Coextensive with East Baton Rouge Parish, la. 



56 518 
46 670 
5 659 

2 340 



73 


S18 


71 590 


69 


247 


67 441 


3 


536 


3 294 



14 


855 


? 


692 


2 


692 


6 


610 


6 


073 




537 




286 



(X) Not applicable. 



15 450 

4 944 

5 767 
222 

1 509 



56 196 
46 670 
5 609 
2 078 



66 


310 


65 


686 


S? 


S7S 


52 


575 


42 


343 


42 


343 



2 077 

1 514 

453 



14 693 
2 692 
2 592 



5 073 
537 
286 



1 875 
502 
676 



8 103 

6 831 

669 

247 



1 969 
372 
372 



153 070 

140 778 

15 772 

3 803 



85 883 
77 477 
4 572 



119 944 
93 030 
72 930 



3 638 

3 159 

469 



15 976 

14 359 

1 617 

960 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-15 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nou. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unmcor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



BATON ROUGE SMSA-Conlinued 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS! ESUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL • > 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES • . . 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY' CURTAIN! UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINAi GLASSWARE! METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES i . . 

MUSIC STORES i . . 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES • 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES ... 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK! STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES! BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES i 

BICYCLE SHOPS • 

HAY! GRAIN! FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES '• 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS • 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS ......... 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES! STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS! NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL. .... 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS. 



3 666 
635 

1 116 
205 
871 



17 119 
14 277 
8 191 



10 014 

9 661 

333 



20 544 

3 822 

972 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not a 
•Nonstore retailers, part ol SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



ailable. (X) Not applicable. 



4 391 
2 975 



3 658 
535 

1 116 
245 
871 



16 497 
14 001 
B 340 



10 006 

9 573 

333 



19 836 

3 486 

972 



2 142 
1 308 
1 127 



576 


11 152 


115 


2 04e 


143 


2 551 


39 


512 


104 


1 939 


801 


78 446 


497 


71 987 


894 


37 000 



23 279 
22 855 

424 



20-16 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
52<l 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



512 

5«3 

51(4 

5«5 

5«6 

5162 

5463 

549 



561 


567 


561 
567 




562- 


3.56B 


562 




563 


566 


563 


( 



RETAIL TRADEt TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS • 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS . . . . i 
HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. KALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS • 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEKING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL . . 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS . . 

FISH ISEAFOODl MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONHANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER ; . . 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL • 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS • 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NOiMFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES. .... 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS. .... 

OTHER Automotive dealers . . . . ; 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL : 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS . • 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES . 

.CORSET. LINGERIE STORES. . . , '• 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 
FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES i 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES • 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoiil disclosure. (NA) Not availatile. 
*Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this tal)le. 



Coextensive with Lafayette Parish, I 



7 


839 


5 


119 


I 


063 




(Dl 




(D) 




718 




540 


14 


558 



23 900 
20 692 
18 226 



275 
408 
260 
265 



(X) Not applicable. 



7 625 
4 935 
1 063 



23 818 

20 692 
18 226 



2 387 
2 159 
1 865 



IS 


946 


11 


396 


2 


962 




(0) 




ID) 






1 


818 


1 


420 


40 


449 




IDl 


5 


848 



49 236 
44 522 
38 830 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-17 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments «ith 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



[MPKUTi SMSIV-Contmueil 



FURNITUREt HOME FURNISHINGS' EOUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE! HbHE FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY" CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINAi GLASSKAREi METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES ,...•., 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. ...;.. 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL • 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS' LUNCHROOMS • 

CAFETERIAS . 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 



DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK' STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES' BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES ; 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN' FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES • 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES • 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES' STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS' NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA' PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT' NOVELTY' SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE' LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY' TOY' GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING I HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



7 676 
6 215 
« 05"* 



8 eo6 

587 
265 



5 295 
3 203 
3 OBO 



7 208 
5 055 
1 015 



a 354 
357 
225 



1 710 

1 568 

967 



28 U95 
24 633 
15 880 



522 
629 
740 



20-18 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4. Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
524 
5251 
5252 



53 PART* 

531 

533 

539 



512 

5«3 

544 

545 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3 1568 


562 




563 


566 


563 


{ 



UKE CHAIUS SMSA 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL • 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS . . . . ■ 
HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS : . . 

FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS i . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS, . ; . . 
CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS : . . 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS • 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES. ...:....... 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHEk AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ,...'• 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN.S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES '• 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..... 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

Standaril Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Coextensive with Calcasieu Parish, La. 



11 264 

6 327 

1 041 

240 

996 

518 



18 381 

11 164 

2 697 

4 302 



36 821 

30 723 

662 



30 231 
24 975 
21 666 



944 
561 
465 
286 



7 671 
1 319 
1 319 



041 
222 
994 



34 071 

28 125 

548 



30 173 
24 975 
21 666 



892 
2 561 

465 
1 280 



7 051 
1 089 
1 089 



651 
956 
176 



34 384 

20 747 

3 254 

470 



52 878 
35 757 
8 023 
8 530 



44 913 

36 455 

644 



47 193 
35 551 
29 599 



16 844 
3 130 
3 130 



2 028 
1 284 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-19 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



UKE CHAKIES SMSA- Continued 



FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGSi EOUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE) HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES i . . 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY! CURTAIN! UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 

CHINA! GLASSWARE! METALWARE STORES . . 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO! TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 



EATING! DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES. 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES . 

BOOK! STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 



SPORTING GOODS STORES! BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY! GRAIN! FEED STORES • 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES • 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND KOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS • 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 



FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES! STANDS 

NE*S DEALERS! NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA! PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 
GIFT! NOVELTY! SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE 1 LEATHER GOODS STORES. . . 

HOBBY! TOY! GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TOTAL 

HAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING I HOUSE-TO-HOUSE 1 ORGANIZATIONS. 



5 372 
2 617 
2 387 



1 6U8 

att 

263 



6 709 
« 880 
3 528 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



233 

1 126 

6«0 



310 
587 
363 



1 6«2 
814 
237 



6 321 
4 742 
3 404 



7 903 
733 
387 



233 

1 126 

610 



1 224 

1 037 

774 



18 674 
10 276 
9 598 



22 795 
19 095 
13 881 



18 517 

890 

2 196 



453 

2 571 

3 563 



1 996 

445 



20-20 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
524 
5251 
5252 



5«2 

5U3 

514 

5«5 

5U5 

5462 

5463 

549 



562-3 1 56S 
562 

563.566 
563 I 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL ; 

LUMBER YARDS • 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS . . . . ; 
HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL • 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS • 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES ' 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL • 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISEO 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES . . i 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES. . . . ; 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES '. 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Coextensive with Ouachita Parish, La. 



23 202 


23 182 


12 419 


12 419 


2 888 


2 868 


7 454 


7 454 



28 976 
23 210 
21 938 



28 842 
23 210 
21 938 



4 597 

4 365 

232 



985 
987 
402 
553 



2 633 
2 052 
1 850 



1 360 
253 
253 



58 948 
38 814 
8 867 
10 357 



53 117 
41 241 
37 435 



30 773 
4 082 
4 082 



17 153 
15 976 
1 177 



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LOUISIANA 20-21 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nou. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



MONROE SMSA-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EtJUIPHENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES • 

FLOOR COVERING. STORES 

DRAPERY 1 CURTAIN! UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES i 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAYi GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES • 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



9 320 
5 062 
4 955 



3 062 
228 
968 



5 72« 
4 427 
2 928 

316 
1 049 

134 
1 297 



7 769 

1 709 

363 



2 361 
920 



2 944 
228 
968 



5 464 
4 377 
2 902 

316 
1 025 

134 
1 087 



1 159 
638 
620 



20 952 
12 012 
11 715 



22 563 
20 521 
12 488 



17 469 
2 238 
1 091 



Standard Notes: - Represents zera. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



20-22 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 





Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number! 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 




NEW ORLEANS SMSA 


Consists of Jefferson, Orleans, St- Bernard, and St. Tammany Parishes, La, 




6 202 

254 
53 

30 
5 
32 

2 

115 

7 

206 
15 
69 
62 
31 
9 

1 234 
971 
55 
23 
19 
63 
17 
56 
42 
14 
15 
13 

280 
52 
36 

8 
91 
78 
27 
32 
22 
8 
2 

642 

410 
79 
58 
21 

131 
92 
39 

11 

5 
15 
3 

75 
98 
18 
19 

3 
58 
21 

5 


4 600 

196 
53 
26 

5 
24 

2 
81 

5 

1563 
15 
61 
52 
27 
3 

710 
557 
40 
13 
9 
13 
7 
50 
38 
12 
10 
11 

222 

52 
38 
6 
8 
47 
70 
27 
25 
18 
6 
2 

590 

364 
71 
56 
15 

127 
90 
37 
11 
4 
5 
13 
3 

51 
94 
18 
19 

3 
54 
17 

4 


1 123 033 

38 705 

22 296 

4 033 

575 

1 856 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 773 

170 021 
126 202 

31 405 
8 857 

3 355 
202 

282 794 
265 588 

4 799 
1 153 

735 

1 488 

387 

5 339 
3 833 
1 505 

539 

1 556 

ISO 248 
145 793 
121 362 

6 505 
18 926 
10 275 
10 938 

5 392 

6 849 

2 376 
(01 
(Dl 

53 520 

80 278 
14 255 

12 711 

1 544 

35 201 

32 479 

2 722 

1 237 
221 
330 
659 
275 

13 811 

14 515 
(0) 

5 183 
(Dl 

7 724 

2 104 
291 


1 093 089 

37 530 

22 246 

4 003 

676 

1 535 

(D) 

(01 

1 755 

169 263 

126 202 

30 893 

8 705 

3 297 
156 

270 022 
255 652 

4 219 
939 
619 
995 
249 

5 309 

3 an 

1 498 
383 

1 645 

178 534 
146 793 
121 362 

6 505 
18 925 

8 806 
10 824 
5 392 
5 819 

2 354 
(Dl 
(Ul 

62 215 

79 428 
14 115 

12 605 

1 510 

35 183 
32 475 

2 708 

1 237 
221 
330 
645 
275 

13 337 

14 504 
(0) 

5 183 
(0) 

7 512 

2 024 
255 


137 074 

5 047 
2 977 
607 
140 
251 
(D) 
(0) 
174 

25 500 

18 849 

5 020 

1 113 

495 

23 

20 185 

18 047 

335 

70 

51 

118 

32 

1 148 

888 

250 

36 

347 

15 730 
13 155 
10 469 

856 
1 820 

520 

1 754 
687 
514 
209 
(01 
(Dl 

5 835 

12 080 

2 145 

1 833 
312 

4 875 
4 476 
399 
197 
24 
35 
95 
47 

2 759 
2 002 

(D) 
697 
(D) 
1 055 
275 
24 


2 585 521 

97 592 

57 418 

11 633 
3 076 

5 000 
(01 
(01 

3 107 

522 811 

398 170 

95 118 

19 205 

9 857 

461 

401 352 
360 615 

6 882 
1 142 

843 
1 954 

454 
21 205 
15 315 

4 891 
633 

7 623 

312 811 
243 723 
191 897 

19 981 
31 845 
10 104 
33 974 

12 405 

12 504 

4 238 
(D) 
(Ul 

116 703 

220 476 
39 176 
33 393 

5 783 

94 297 
85 779 
7 518 

3 59B 
480 
663 

1 828 
949 

43 849 

37 705 

(Dl 

13 029 
(01 

20 167 

4 805 
643 


43 444 

1 229 
575 
149 
37 
61 
(Dl 
235 
41 

8 707 
6 183 

1 983 
371 
161 

9 

6 566 

5 753 

115 

31 

25 

50 

14 

444 

324 

120 

18 

105 

3 152 

2 274 

1 816 
169 
289 
125 
435 
179 
138 

57 
(D) 
(01 

2 121 

3 931 
507 
518 

89 

1 768 
1 602 
166 
71 
10 
19 
48 
18 

864 
571 
(Dl 
205 
(Dl 
308 
109 
12 


5 398 


52 

521 ( 


LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS' HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS • 


200 
35 

17 


522 


HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


5 
10 






(Dl 












5 


53 PART* 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


121 






533 

539 ( 

1 


LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 


37 
55 
17 
12 

1 206 


5m 


GROCERY STORES. ItQCLUOING DELICATESSENS 


948 
62 






24 


513 
544 
545 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 


21 
63 
16 
46 






35 


5463 

549 ( 


RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 


11 
16 
10 


55 EX.554 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


180 

14 






11 




IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 


3 
92 






41 






13 


559 


MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . 


20 
16 






(01 






(Dl 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


585 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


247 


561 1 567 
561 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


58 
39 
19 






59 






38 


553 1 568 
563 ( 


WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 


21 

3 
5 

5 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES .... 


6 

2 






57 


555 


SHOE STORES 


43 
(Dl 






5 






(Dl 


554 
569 


FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 


34 
23 

7 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-23 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



NEW ORIEANSSMSA-Continued 



FURNITURE.I HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRdPERYt CURTAINt UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINAi GLASSHAREi METALHARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . 

HOUbEHOLD APPLIANCE STOREb 

RADIOi TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL • 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES ' 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES ■ 

BOOK STORES ; 

STATIONERY STORES ■ 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS ' 

SPORTING GOODS STORES ■ 

BICYCLE SHOPS ' 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES i 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES - 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES ' 

JEWELRY STORES ' 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS • 

ICE DEALERS • - 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS. . . ; 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER • 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING < HOUSE-TO-HOUSE I ORGANIZATIONS. . . 

Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
■Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in Uiis table. 



1 318, 
762 
587 



52 113 
38 910 
34 926 

2 776 
569 
386 
253 

7 663 
1 612 

3 928 
890 

3 038 



103 009 

72 540 

55 012 

5 292 

7 001 

5 235 

30 469 



47 558 

46 828 

730 



58 162 
10 354 
5 944 
3 190 
2 754 
2 787 
697 
2 090 



222 
11 281 
2 172 



ID) 
514 

1 211 
217 
409 

3 567 



51 447 
38 430 
34 454 

2 776 
569 
378 
253 

7 617 
1 588 

3 812 
774 

3 038 



97 091 
71 198 
53 958 

5 288 

6 759 
5 193 

25 893 



47 494 

45 782 

712 



55 514 

10 112 
5 514 
2 934 
2 580 
2 747 

657 

2 090 

3 175 
2 807 

359 

2 867 

101 

222 

11 215 
1 734 



1 783 

2 635 
2 235 



44 250 
1 328 
10 988 
31 934 



7 587 

5 611 

4 947 

509 



934 
287 
755 



20 177 
16 185 
12 019 
1 339 
1 334 
1 493 
3 992 



7 959 
557 
952 



151 707 

115 752 

103 481 

9 252 

1 532 

504 

783 

17 186 

5 809 

12 960 

1 502 

11 358 



393 785 
311 398 
232 942 
25 284 
24 752 
27 420 
82 387 



124 888 

123 560 

1 328 



159 870 
12 640 
20 275 
8 254 
12 022 
10 112 



6 818 

6 108 
710 

3 668 

101 

549 

38 258 

7 143 



5 


307 
026 


15 


591 


5 


659 




IDI 


3 


754 


6 


127 


9 


671 




ID) 




994 


3 


410 




ID) 


1 


138 


10 


028 


183 


425 


1 


914 


?1 


258 


150 


254 



9 223 

7 424 

5 571 

520 

570 

453 

1 799 



20-24 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollats) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



RETAIL TRADEt TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

lumber yards • 

building materials dealers 

heatingi plumbing equipment dealers, 
painti glass. wallpaper stores . . • 

electrical supply stores 

hakoware stores • 

farm equipment dealers 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SE«ING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS i . . 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES • . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL • 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHI SED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL ; 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ..... 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES • 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . . . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES i 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILI SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Consists of Bossier and Caddo Parishes, La. 



2 302 

820 

2 US6 



39 871 
27 231 
6 683 
t 831 



76 370 

74 675 

589 

257 



70 102 
56 176 
UH 695 



5 127 
« 033 

1 103 
3 363 

2 393 
970 



19 091 

7 065 

2 284 

820 



39 769 
27 231 
6 673 

4 757 



73 060 

71 659 

411 

237 



69 482 
55 176 
44 696 
(Dl 
(Dl 
4 675 
3 905 

1 403 
3 323 

2 393 
930 



27 


158 


25 


958 


3 


010 


2 


998 




(01 




(Dl 




(01 




(D) 


10 


817 


10 


551 


7 


801 


7 


663 


3 


016 


2 


998 



3 718 
957 
605 



52 553 
15 522 
10 027 
2 551 
7 715 



108 215 

75 289 

17 046 

10 97e 



119 370 
93 699 
72 080 



5 322 

11 025 
3 327 
5 997 
5 059 
938 



187 


75 826 


485 


7 719 


ID) 


(0) 


(01 


(Dl 


501 


30 251 


198 


22 864 


403 


7 387 



2 070 

1 375 

425 

205 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-25 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
yeat 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number! 



SHREVIIWT SMSA-Contmued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES • 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES. 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS • 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES • 

PROPRIETARY STORES • 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES • 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES • 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES • 

BOOK STORES • 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES . • • 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS ; 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS • 

OTHER • 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES • 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING ( HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



18 150 

11 U26 

9 976 

996 



16 730 

13 598 

9 861 

792 

2 523 
422 

3 132 



17 900 

11 196 

9 880 

862 



16 342 
13 348 
9 677 
792 
2 457 
422 
2 994 



2 112 


20 


726 


7 236 


6 


522 


1 712 


1 


606 


108 




(Dl 


1 604 




(Dl 


469 




469 


186 




186 


283 




283 


1 315 


1 


315 


1 315 


1 


315 


1 772 


1 


738 


1 838 


1 


838 



013 


939 


274 


158 


89 


(Dl 


(D) 


(0) 


352 


298 


656 


656 


241 


(□) 


470 


470 



2 921 
2 183 
1 937 



57 745 
42 785 
38 033 
2 748 



1 189 
7 953 
1 322 
5 685 



69 791 
60 751 
44 016 
3 173 
10 534 
3 028 
9 040 



47 


250 


9 


306 


5 


545 




(ni 




(01 


1 


217 




374 




843 


3 


536 


3 


536 


2 


341 


2 


538 




299 


6 


835 



1 896 
1 666 
1 225 



301 
219 
166 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



20-26 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No« 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 



55 EX.5514 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

565 

564.569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

591 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



CADOO PARISH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARD*AREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARD*ARE STOREi 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

mOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO' TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



CALCASIEU PARISH 
(COEXTENSIVE WITH LAKE CHARLES SMSAi SEE TABLE t) 



EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH 



(COEXTENSIVE WITH BATON ROUGE SMSAi SEC TABLE M) 

Standard Notes- - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not ; 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



6 552 
a 667 
3 306 

1 52« 

2 955 



35 026 
27 231 
4 488 
3 307 



67 833 

66 186 

827 



10 409 
7 520 
2 889 



17 116 
11 301 
5 815 



18 


321 


6 


098 


1 


338 




459 


1 


?53 


1 


9^3 



16 404 

8 561 

3 306 

1 582 

2 955 



34 984 
27 231 
4 488 
3 265 



55 321 

63 968 

629 



10 291 
7 420 
2 871 



16 910 
11 115 
5 795 



12 750 

11 044 
1 716 



17 181 
5 504 
1 262 
469 
1 253 
1 923 



1 291 
529 
213 



4 949 
3 718 

724 
507 



2 830 

2 158 

662 



23 464 
10 376 
4 591 
8 057 



99 289 
76 289 
13 009 
9 991 



92 984 

88 079 

920 



29 205 
22 146 
7 059 



55 269 

42 423 
12 846 



130 


40 


758 


385 


7 


589 


230 


4 


451 


55 


1 


217 


159 


3 


358 


144 


2 


900 



iilable. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-27 



TABLES Parishes With 500 Establishments or iVIore: 1963-continued 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

No». 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



JEFFERSON PARISH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS' HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK' STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES' BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM' GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



LAFAYETTE PARISH 



(COEXTENSIVE WITH LAFAYETTE SMSA. SEE TABLE U) 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



11 661 

7 792 

787 



3U 733 
21 521 
9 896 
3 316 



88 826 
86 838 

883 



20 023 
15 269 
1 75't 



U 133 

7 752 
651 



3t 555 
21 521 
9 796 
3 238 



85 868 

84 218 

633 



17 


576 


17 


oto 


13 


251 


13 


127 




977 




977 


5 


208 


5 


208 




lUI 




ini 




(Ul 




(D) 


3 


8?3 


3 


7,"> 


2 


830 


2 


830 




113 




387 


10 


710 


10 


434 


9 


096 


8 


948 



18 957 
15 005 
3 952 



3 845 
1 827 
1 572 



88 911 
48 057 
33 237 
7 617 



126 605 

122 176 

958 



616 


26 


880 


117 


1 


796 


ft;>4 


9 


900 


ID) 




IDI 


101 




(D) 


i.14 


8 


401 


317 

44 


5 


977 
806 


353 


24 


373 


112 


19 


794 


241 


4 


579 


039 


82 


281 


288 


64 


223 


751 


18 


058 


199 


25 


323 



6 


767 




854 




462 




606 




(I3> 


1 


344 


2 


698 



20-28 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



542 



543 

54'* 

5115 

546 

5462 

5463 

549 



561 


567 


561 




567 




562- 


3 1568 


562 




563 


568 


563 


( 



ORLEANS PARISH 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASS" WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS . 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORESi VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYi NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING . . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAJ? DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURr:. HOI^E FURTJISHI 



EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . . . 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERY. CURTAIN' UPHOLSTERY STORES. . 
CHINA. GLASSWARE' METALWARE STORES . . 
MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES. 



22 763 
13 866 

2 024 



168 717 

155 655 

3 401 



65 235 

13 278 

11 734 

1 544 

29 354 

26 826 

2 528 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) WIttiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are sliown separately in this table. 



22 313 
13 632 
2 018 



19 506 
6 098 
2 316 



160 269 

148 423 

3 059 

760 



64 523 
13 138 
11 628 

1 510 

29 336 
26 822 

2 514 



8 950 
11 197 
1 445 



40 


337 


39 


959 


29 


613 


29 


293 


26 


307 


25 


995 


2 


336 


2 


336 



3 236 
796 
341 



12 251 

10 422 

263 



2 176 

1 643 

216 



2 062 117 



62 757 
37 523 
6 502 



245 539 

210 995 

5 283 

798 



17 804 
13 209 
4 595 



190 387 
37 380 
31 597 
5 783 

82 953 
75 861 
7 092 



24 


936 


1 436 


95 


553 


1 089 


85 


144 


948 


7 


994 


96 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-29 



TABLE 5 Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



ORLEANS PAR1SH--C0NTINUED 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHrrgGSi EQUIPMENT 5T0RES--C0N 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES ■ 

RADIOi TELEVISION STORES ■ 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS! LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK! STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES! BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY! GRAIN! FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES! STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS! NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA! PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT! NOVELTY! SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE! LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY! TOY! GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



OUACHITA PARISH 

(COEXTENSIVE WITH MONROE SMSAi SEE TABLE 
RAPIDES PARISH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOT 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING! PAINT! ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



78 050 
54 015 
12 650 
4 489 
3 999 
2 877 
24 035 



73 724 
53 125 
41 992 
4 485 
3 813 
2 835 
20 599 



45 745 
8 954 
5 460 





(D) 


2 


210 


2 


071 




<D) 




514 




626 




(D) 




147 


2 


764 


40 


816 




(D) 




(0) 


30 


753 


107 


602 


7 


404 


3 


949 




801 




(D). 




(D) 


16 


063 


12 


305 


2 


678 


1 


080 



6 761 
582 
942 



2 256 

1 777 

369 

110 



296 238 
236 682 
166 068 
22 164 
12 464 
15 986 
51 556 



136 664 
10 646 
19 6 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not a 
"Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



iilable. (X) Not applicable. 



20-30 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 



5 Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov- 15 


businesses 



RAPIDES PARISH — CONTINUED 



FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES! INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS' FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES' VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY' NUT' CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

TOTAL 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S' SOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE' RADIO' TELEVISION' MUSIC STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK' STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES' BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM' GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



ST LANDRY PARISH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING' PLUMBING. PAINT' ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES' INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS' FISH (SEAFOOD] MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES' VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY' NUT' CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



26 626 

26 151 

116 



7 257 
1 013 
1 193 
1 095 



5 099 

2" 693 

386 

615 

1 *05 



11 320 

It 018 

110 



1 013 
1 193 
1 095 



t 893 

t 050 

813 



5 077 

2 693 

361 

615 



20 019 
3 381 
2 311 
1 918 
123 
10 959 
(Dl 



16 018 
12 139 
3 879 



17 692 
15 831 
1 858 



17 076 

1 202 

1 081 

735 

2 318 

3 866 
1 297 
3 551 



13 230 

7 119 

1 195 

1 732 

3 181 



Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
*f4onsto(e retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-31 



TABLES Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees, 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



(number) 



ST LANDRY PARISH — CONTINUED 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'Si BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO' TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. • . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



TANGIPAHOA PARISH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES' INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANOY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



12 519 
386 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) D/ithheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in Ibis table. 



3 272 

2 106 

866 



7"t6 


3 576 


B33 


771 


ID) 


(D) 


14 


14 


ID) 


101 


915 


915 


366 


366 


866 


856 


623 


567 



11 605 

11 019 

228 



15 373 

865 

1 772 



9 584 
7 231 
2 353 



8 836 
6 836 
2 000 



1 231 

968 

3 862 

1 346 



13 390 
12 592 

134 



20-32 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



Parish and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,0001 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
neatest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



56 

561 1 567 

562-3i56( 

562 

563.566 

565 

565 

561.559 



59PT1591I 



59 EX. 

592 

593 

591 

595 

595 

597 

598 

599 



522-521 

5251 

5252 



512 
513 
511 
515-519 



55PT(551) 



551.567 
562-3.558 
562 
553.568 



TANSIPAHOA PARISH — CONTINUED 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 
TOTAL 

men's. boys' apparel stores. custom tailors 

women's clothins' specialty stores 

women's ready-to-wear stores 

women's accessory. specialty stores. furriers. . . 

family clothing stores 

shoe stores 

Other apparel' accessory stores 

furniture. home furnishings. equipment stores 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



TERREBONNE PARISH 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S' BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



1 525 

2 638 
212 



(X) Not applicable. 



8 959 


(01 


777 


777 


157 


97 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(D) 


(Dl 


5 702 


5 702 


382 


375 


1 125 


1 125 


(01 


333 



2 610 
763 
920 



4 079 

3 300 

779 



5 623 

1 303 

5 561 

781 



10 602 

5 098 

383 



18 892 

16 010 

256 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-33 



TABLES Parishes With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continued 



SIC 
code 



565 
566 
56ti569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

591 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



Parish and kind of business 



TERREBONNE PARISH — CONTINUED 



FAMILY CLOTHINS STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL 1 ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS! EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



3 300 

1 9no 

1 360 



3 052 
656 
236 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



3 290 
1 930 
1 360 



"» 666 

3 853 

813 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



9 570 
6 005 
3 565 



22 695 
20 230 
2 «65 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
propne 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) INittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



20-34 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



City and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



BATON ROUGE 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODl MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READY-TO-«EAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES • 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLiCES 



TOTAL 

EATING PLACES ; 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESl 



DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . . 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
e retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



5"* 965 
16 670 
5 119 
3 176 



15 353 
12 876 
2 177 



51 893 
16 670 
5 069 
3 151 



11 839 

12 671 
2 165 



17 117 


15 177 


2 921 


2 586 


779 


779 


1 699 


1 699 


811 


311 


993 


973 


2 225 


2 191 



7 977 

6 831 

798 

318 



3 185 

3 213 

272 



160 678 

110 778 

11 175 

5 125 



72 113 

66 558 

5 885 



915 


36 350 


189 


3 925 


109 


2 581 


171 


3 396 


110 


2 222 


85 


1 337 


351 


6 219 



1 661 

1 526 

138 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-35 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-contin 



ued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




LAFAYETTE 
























438 


95 119 


92 881 


10 907 


210 883 


3 477 


451 




LUMBERi BUILDINS MATERIALSi HARDWARE i 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


















52 

521 

522-521 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES • 


15 
7 
6 
3 


14 
7 

3 


3 457 

2 340 

399 

718 


3 427 

2 340 
369 

718 


482 
303 
76 
103 


8 055 
4 898 
1 350 
1 818 


99 
58 
12 
29 


10 

2 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


19 
2 
8 
9 


17 

2 
S 

7 


14 387 

(Dl 

1 853 

(0) 


14 365 

(D) 

1 863 

(D) 


1 999 
(0) 
317 
(D) 


40 204 

10) 

5 848 

(D) 


589 
IDI 
142 
(Dl 


7 
(Dl 

1 
(Dl 


5« 

5m 

5«2 
543 
5tt4 
5«5-5"t9 


TOTAL 


83 
79 

2 

2 


39 
35 

2 

2 


14 798 

14 489 

(D) 

ID) 


13 770 

13 461 

(0) 

(01 


844 
788 
(D) 

(D) 


15 408 

15 195 

(0) 

(Dl 


311 
282 
(Dl 

(01 


77 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS. . • 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 


73 
(Dl 

(01 


AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.55U 




27 


21 


23 553 


(D) 


IDI 


(Dl 


(Dl 


(Dl 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


















55PTI55«1 


TOTAL 


77 


69 


5 711 


6 447 


580 


10 883 


229 


71 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


















56 

5611557 

562-31 568 

562 

563 1568 

565 

566 

564 1 569 


TOTAL 


5« 
8 
17 
lU 
3 
18 
10 
1 


6 
17 
14 

3 
10 
10 

1 


9 202 
717 
ID) 

2 903 
ID) 

4 505 
850 
(D) 


(0) 
701 
(D) 

2 903 
(0) 

4 350 
850 
IDl 


(D) 
91 
(0) 
338 
(Dl 
553 
125 
(D) 


(D) 

1 596 
(D> 

5 911 

(01 

11 003 

2 388 
(01 


(01 
34 
101 
125 
(01 
181 
37 
(01 


(01 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


5 
(01 




11 




(01 
11 


SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


5 
(Dl 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572 1 573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIOi TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


28 
17 

11 


25 
15 
11 


5 084 
3 092 
I 992 


5 076 
3 084 
1 992 


770 
449 
321 


14 856 
9 115 
5 751 


179 
104 
75 


12 

7 
5 


56 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


13U 
95 


115 
87 


6 583 
5 506 

1 077 


6 441 

5 494 

947 


1 602 
1 458 

144 


25 885 
22 525 
3 360 


675 
597 

78 


116 
80 
35 


DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 


















59PT(591) 
591 ( 


TOTAL 


28 
26 


22 
22 


2 808 
2 800 


2 772 
2 772 


325 
325 


6 944 
5 944 


125 
125 


29 


DRUG STORES 


27 

2 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 

592 

593 

591 

595 

595 

597 

698 


TOTAL 


76 
11 
6 

5 

10 
3 
33 


60 

7 
4 

5 

10 
3 
23 


6 938 
390 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
811 
997 
(01 

2 485 


6 712 
278 
(D) 
(Dl 
(0) 
811 
997 
(01 

2 411 


547 
19 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
57 
117 
(0) 
158 


14 877 
451 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

2 lie 

2 053 

(01, 

2' 880 


205 
11 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
31 
33 
(01 
54 


68 




10 


ANTIQUE STORESi SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOKi STATIONERY STORES • 

SPORTING GOODS STORESi BICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 


(Dl 
IDI 
(Dl 
3 
5 
(D) 
31 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 


TOTAL 


14 


10 


1 398 


(01 


(D) 


(01 


(01 


(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Witfitield to avoid disclosure. (NA) t<ot available. (X) f«ot applicalile 
'tlonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



20-36 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-continu 



ed 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
No«. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




LAKE CHARLES 






















581 


475 


100 412 


97 360 


10 985 


214 371 


3 346 


441 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


















5i 

521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


TOTAL 


42 
18 
10 
9 


32 
16 
10 
3 

3 


6 219 

3 818 

(01 

101 


5 791 

3 488 

(01 

(Dl 


931 
530 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


21 540 

14 665 

(01 

(01 


251 
166 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


25 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 


8 
(0) 
(01 




(Dl 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


21 
4 
6 

11 


21 

6 
11 


16 169 
11 164 
1 675 
3 330 


16 169 
11 164 
1 675 
3 330 


2 415 

1 802 

289 

324 


48 204 
35 757 
5 041 
7 406 


810 
583 
121 
106 


6 




_ 


LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES . . . ; 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


6 




FOOD STORES 


















5U 
5111 
5t2 
5113 
54t 


TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


94 
69 
6 
6 

5 
8 


68 
51 

6 

1 
6 


22 193 
17 558 
646 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 


21 261 

16 684 

(01 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 


1 558 
1 152 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


29 748 
23 47B 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 


469 
358 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 


67 
49 
(Dl 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 


(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.554 


TOTAL 


39 


35 


23 701 


23 665 


1 892 


34 535 


431 


30 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT ( 554 ) 


TOTAL 


78 


72 


5 889 


5 723 


592 


11 921 


232 


72 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 








51 
11 
17 
15 

2 
11 
11 

1 


47 
9 

17 

15 
2 
9 

11 
1 


6 154 

1 319 

2 613 
(Dl 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 191 
(Dl 


5 326 

1 089 

2 613 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

1 187 
(01 


780 
171 
314 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
166 
(Dl 


14 584 

3 130 

5 666 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

3 353 

(01 


265 
38 
129 
(01 
(01 
(01 

(Dl 


26 


5611567 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


6 

9 






(01 


563.568 
565 




(Dl 










(01 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 








37 
13 

24 


35 
13 
22 


4 331 
2 135 
2 196 


4 305 
2 135 
2 170 


747 
378 
369 


16 093 
a 984 
7 109 


158 
81 
87 


21 








572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


15 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 
5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


94 
68 
26 


80 
60 
20 


3 306 

2 648 

658 


3 248 

2 616 

632 


650 
575 
75 


12 156 
10 554 
1 502 


355 
307 

48 


98 
72 
25 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 








23 

21 
2 


23 

21 
2 


3 962 

(Dl 
(Dl 


3 952 

(Dl 
(Dl 


555 
(Dl 
(Dl 


9 313 
(Dl 
(Dl 


139 

(Dl 
(01 


9 


591 ( 
( 


DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES i 


(Dl 
(01 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 






















82 

28 
10 
3 

2 

5 
5 

25 


54 
6 
8 
3 
2 
5 
5 
2 

23 


7 162 

1 242 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
752 
982 
212 

2 865 


(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
752 
982 
(Dl 
2 845 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
63 
159 
(Dl 
264 


(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
818 

2 328 
.(01 

4 722 


(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
15 
39 
(01 
77 








(01 






(01 






(01 








596 




2 

1 






(01 






25 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 




53 PART* 


TOTAL 


20 


8 


1 326 


(Dl 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


(01 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-37 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963-cont 



mued 



City and kind of business 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS' HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL • 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES • 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. . . 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL • 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE' RADIO' TELEVISION' MUSIC STORES 

EATING' DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL ; 

EATING PLACES • 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES • 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS i 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



(coextensive with ORLEANS 



ISH. SEE TABLE 5l 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 



7 962 
4 698 
3 261 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



21 09t 
12 119 
2 088 
6 587 



<l 003 

3 225 

778 



Payroll, 
entire 



($1,000) 



2 79l» 

1 987 

310 

U97 



1 256 
21*0 
598 
5«5 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



28 362 
3 802 

16 053 



2 848 

3 611 

2 038 



17 579 
15 880 
1 699 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
*Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



20-38 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



■Continued 





City and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




SHREVEPORT 






















1 404 


1 174 


259 616 


254 726 


31 175 


602 532 


10 001 


1 111 




LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALS! HARDWAREi 
FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 




TOTAL 


61 
23 
19 
15 


57 
21 
19 
13 

4 


13 934 
7 385 
3 306 

IDl 
(D) 


13 786 

7 279 

3 306 

101 

101 


2 136 

1 136 

529 

(Dl 

(Dl 


40 165 

20 169 

10 376 

101 

IDl 


483 
253 
115 
IDl 
IPJ 




521 

522-521 
5251 
5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES i 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


14 

5 

101 

(01 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 


TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 


50 
6 
19 
25 


46 
6 
19 
21 


33 850 
27 231 
3 936 
2 683 


33 824 
27 231 
3 935 
2 657 


4 810 

3 718 

645 

447 


96 695 
75 289 
11 555 
8 850 


1 825 

1 375 

287 

163 


20 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


18 




FOOD STORES 






















257 

227 

13 

9 
8 


175 
157 

7 

5 
6 


55 574 

54 081 

807 

239 

447 


53 572 

52 311 

(Dl 

101 
433 


4 151 

3 929 

IDl 

IDl 
148 


78 521 

73 904 

(Dl 

IDl 
3 410 


1 375 

1 287 

101 

IDl 
61 


213 

185 
(01. 


541 
51)2 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 


544 


CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 


(01 
8 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






74 


60 


55 032 


54 808 


5 209 


96 840 


953 


50 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 






197 


179 


17 076 


16 654 


1 549 


33 747 


630 


171 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 






148 
20 
69 
46 
23 
20 
32 
7 


138 
20 
61 
40 
21 
18 
32 
7 


24 974 
IDl 

10 223 
(Dl 
(0) 
8 875 
(D) 
395 


24 812 
IDl 

10 105 
IDl 
IDl 
8 847 
IDl 
391 


3 930 
(Dl 

1 517 
(01 
(01 

1 459 
IDl 
54 


71 255 
(Dl 

28 838 
(Dl 
(01 

26 341 

(01- 

1 058 


1 309 
(Dl 
583 
(Dl 
IDl 
461 
101 
20 


^^ 


561 •567 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 


(01 
30 

(01 

(01 
11 

(Dl 
2 






563.568 
565 
566 
564,569 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. . ; 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EOUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
5721573 


TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO' TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


96 
59 

37 


92 
57 
35 


16 190 
ID) 
(01 


16 036 
(01 
IDl 


2 582 

(01 
(01 


52 525 
(Dl 
(01 


641 
101 
(Dl 


70 
IDl 
(Dl 


58 

5812 

5813 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES i . ; 


104 
149 
45 


178 
141 
37 


12 004 
10 278 
1 726 


11 795 
10 166 
1 630 


2 484 

2 253 

231 


51 355 
46 463 
4 902 


1 382 

1 265 

115 


197 
151 
46 




DRUG STORES' PROPRIETARY STORES 


59PT(591) 
591 ( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 


55 

54 
1 


55 

54 

1 


9 365 

(D) 
(D) 


9 365 

IDl 
IDl 


1 384 
(01 
IDl 


28 611 
(Dl 
IDl 


522 

IDl 
IDl 


33 

IDl 
(Dl 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


59 EX.591 

592 

593 


TOTAL 

LIOUOR STORES ; 


223 
51 
29 
10 
13 
10 
18 
5 
87 


179 
43 
21 
10 
13 
8 
16 
1 
67 


16 503 

5 162 

1 282 

469 

1 244 

1 325 

IDl 

IDl 

4 521 


101 
4 580 
1 206 

469 
1 244 
1 275 

IDl 

IDl 
4 247 


(01 
318 
219 
65 
168 
109 
IDl 
(Dl 
702 


(Dl 
6 319 
4 248 

1 217 
3 327 

2 047 
(01 
(01 

12 839 


101 
117 
87 
23 
46 
29 
(Dl 
101 
200 


(Dl 
49 


594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES ; 


12 
8 

11 
(01 
(Dl 

81 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


49 


15 


5 113 


101 


(Dl 


IDl 


(Dl 


(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wiltiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-39 



TABLE? In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business' 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
woriiweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie-. 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



5812 PART 



5812 PART 



5812 PART 



5812 PART 



5812 PART 



LOUISIANA 



IN-PLAN'' FOOD CONTRACTOR Si TOTAL 



RLSTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS. 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES . . . 



BATON ROUGE SMSA 



IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOT A 



LAKE CHARLES SMSA 

IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTAL 

CAFETERIAS 

MONROE SMSA 



IN-PLAt^T FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

NEW ORLEANS SMSA 



IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS! TOTAL 



RESTAURANTSi LUNCHR 
CAFETERIAS .... 
REFRESHMENT PLACES 



SHREVEPORT SMSA 



IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORSi TOTA 



1 106 

1 299 

272 



1 100 

1 299 

272 



5 299 
7 U30 
1 576 



Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



TABLE 8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Military Personnel 

by the U. S. Department of Defense: 1963 



(These data were collected by the Department or Defense and ar 


e not included In any 


ot the tabulations of the 1963 Census of Business] 






Parish 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 




TOTAL 


COMMISSARIES 




25 671 

e 179 
512 
5 307 
3 127 
8 5a6 


2 528 

629 
78 
625 
259 
937 


897 

195 
56 
207 

375 


19 932 

13 102 
1 852 

12 236 
U 650 

18 092 


10 087 

3 830 
HI 
2 621 
1 720 
1 875 


620 

I3ir 

2 
259 
78 
1147 


127 

31 
3 

19 

16 
28 


12 798 


BOSSIER 




253 
5 032 
1 282 


ORLEANS 




VERNON 








EXCHANGES 


EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 




13 677 

3 960 
370 
1 988 
1 287 
6 072 


1 56« 

1431 
59 
229 
163 

682 


197 

129 
29 
79 
13 

217 


30 352 

9 097 
1 263 
M «93 
3 032 
12 1167 


1 907 

389 
101 
696 
120 
599 


3im 

6« 
17 
137 
18 

108 


273 

35 
21 
79 
5 
130 




BOSSIER 


1 355 


IBERIA 


ORLEANS 


2 711 













20-40 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 9. 



Parishes; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 



LOUISIANA. TOTAL 



ACADIA PARISH 

CHURCH POINT .... 

CROHLEY 

RAYNE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ALLEN PARISH 

04KDALE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ASCENSION PARISH . . . 
DONALOSONVILLE . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ASSUMPTION PARISH. 



AVOYELLES PARISH . . . 
BUNK IE 

MARKSVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



BEAUREGARD PARISH. . . 

DE R I ODER 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



BIENVILLE PARISH 



BOSSIER PARISH . . . . 
BOSSIER CITY . . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



CADDO PARISH 

SHREVEPORT 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



CALCASIEU PARISH . . . 

DE OUINCY 

LAKE CHARLES . . . . 

SULPHUR 

VINTON 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



CALDWELL PARISH. 

CAMERON PARISH . 

CATAHOULA PARISH 

CLAIBORNE PARISH 
HAYNESVILLE. . 

HOMER 

REMAINDER OF PA 



CONCORDIA PARISH . . . 

FERRIOAY 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



DE SOTO PARISH . . . . 

MANSFIELD 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH. 

BATON ROUGE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 



EAST CARROLL PARISH. . 
LAKE PROVIDENCE. . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



EAST FELICIANA PARISH. 

JACKSON 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



EVANGELINE PARISH. . . 
VILLE PLATTE . . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



FRANKLIN PARISH. . . . 

HINNSBORO 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



GRANT PARISH 

IBERIA PARISH 

JEANNERETTE 

NEW IBERIA 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



IBERVILLE PARISH . . . 

PLAQUEMINE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



1 394 

1 187 

207 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



37 876 
1 337 

18 211 
8 942 

6 386 

15 019 

7 960 
7 059 

21 522 
7 939 
13 583 



21 158 
7 243 

6 523 

7 392 

16 148 
13 558 
2 580 



37 833 
31 228 

6 605 

258 217 
235 004 
23 213 

147 523 

4 975 
109 900 

12 054 

2 414 
18 180 

5 721 

3 844 
5 180 

14 229 

4 732 
8 318 
1 179 

11 741 

7 957 
3 784 



14 277 
8 246 

6 031 

277 649 

258 226 

19 423 

8 240 

7 343 
897 

4 692 

956 

3 726 



16 022 
10 286 
5 736 



19 685 
11 295 
8 391 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



2 713 857 

34 202 

3 901 

17 315 
8 075 

4 910 

13 709 
7 558 

6 051 

18 978 

7 281 
11 597 



14 878 
13 342 
1 535 



35 251 
30 066 
5 185 

247 957 
227 658 
20 299 

139 311 

4 661 

105 826 

10 992 

2 238 
15 594 

4 659 

3 328 

5 282 

12 889 

4 625 
7 828 

435 

10 791 
7 657 
3 124 



12 735 
7 952 
4 783 

256 935 

250 570 

15 365 



3 864 
940 

2 924 

11 084 

5 556 

4 528 

14 046 

9 990 

4 055 



41 599 
4 709 

33 389 
3 601 

16 618 
10 187 
6 431 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 181 
600 
581 

1 807 
816 
991 

522 

1 489 
701 
474 
314 

1 552 



3 335 
2 869 

465 

30 067 

28 278 

1 789 

15 381 

457 

12 200 

959 

201 

1 564 

403 
304 



1 132 
394 
705 



1 235 
833 

403 

30 123 

28 740 
1 383 



290 
58 
222 

1 078 
630 

448 

1 329 

1 016 

313 



4 524 
450 

3 779 
285 

1 484 
952 
532 



JACKSON PARISH . . . . 

JONESBORO 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



lEFFERSON PARISH . . . 

GRETNA 

HARAHAN 

KENNER 

WESTWEGO 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



JEFFERSON DAVIS PARISH 

JENNINGS 

LAKE ARTHUR 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



LAFAYETTE PARISH . . . 

LAFAYETTE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



.AFOURCHE PARISH . . . 

THIBODAUX 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



SALLE PARISH. 



LINCOLN PARISH . . . . 

RUSTON 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



LIVINGSTON PARISH. 



1ADIS0N PARISH . . . . 

TALLULAH 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



MOREHOUSE PARISH . . . 

BASTROP 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



NATCHITOCHES PARISH. . . 

NATCHITOCHES 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 
ORLEANS PARISH (COEXTENSIVE 
WITH NEW ORLEANS CITY). 

OUACHITA PARISH 

MONROE 

WEST MONROE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 



PLAQUEMINES PARISH . 

POINTE COUPEE PARISH 

NE* ROADS 

REMAINDER OF PARISH 



RAPIDES PARISH . . . . 

ALEXANDRIA 

PINEVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



RED RIVER PARISH 



RICHLAND PARISH. . . . 

HAYVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



SABINE PARISH 

ST BERNARD PARISH 

ST CHARLES PARISH 

ST HELENA PARISH 

ST JAMES PARISH 

ST JOHN THE BAPTIST PARISH 



ST LANDRY PARISH . . . 

EUNICE 

OPELOUSAS 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ST MARTIN PARISH . . . 
ST MARTINVILLE . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



ST MARY PARISH . . . . 

BERWICK 

FRANKLIN 

MORGAN CITY 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. 



1 015 
628 
227 
160 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



11 884 
8 045 
3 839 

164 468 

33 507 

2 335 

10 563 



25 737 
16 206 
1 952 
8 559 

82 337 
58 015 
14 321 

45 644 
22 035 
24 609 



21 885 
17 622 
4 253 



22 635 
17 422 
5 213 

20 908 
15 089 
5 819 



105 651 
85 732 
13 588 
6 331 



10 395 

6 734 

3 661 

101 724 

79 577 

8 788 

13 359 



15 870 

7 042 

8 828 

10 707 

12 131 

10 389 

1 854 

9 690 



51 346 

11 663 
24 930 

14 753 

12 603 
4 704 
7 899 

38 330 
1 844 
9 483 

15 525 
11 478 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



10 258 

7 669 

2 589 

151 652 

31 715 

2 031 

9 733 

6 248 

101 925 

24 505 

15 780 

1 578 



77 857 
55 668 
12 189 

42 208 
21 677 
20 531 



19 459 
16 786 
2 683 



10 019 

9 594 

425 



17 500 
13 941 
3 559 



99 Oil 
82 882 
12 046 
4 033 



8 519 
6 396 
2 123 

95 508 
77 173 
8 262 
10 073 



13 942 

6 552 

7 390 



45 634 
11 113 
23 484 
11 037 

9 581 
3 686 
5 895 

34 856 
1 694 

8 859 
14 653 

9 630 



Reotesents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. Revised. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-41 



TABLE 9 Parishes; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958-continued 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



ST TAMMANY PARISH 365 209 27 109 21 103 

COVINGTON 93 59 11 317 10 857 

SLIDELL 81 57 8 115 7 629 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . . 191 83 7 617 5 617 

TANGIPAHOA PARISH 629 371 60 136 54 962 

AMITE CITY 86 50 10 682 10 050 

HAMMOND 156 118 23 561 22 929 

PONCHATOULA. . . . 
REMAINDER OF PARISH 

TENSAS PARISH. . . . 

TERREBONNE PARISH 5«2 

HOUMA 329 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . . 213 

UNION PARISH 

VERMILION PARISH 538 288 31 72H 27 496 

ABBEVILLE 175 113 It 972 13 890 

KAPLAN 106 58 6 789 6 123 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . . 

Standard Notes: - ReDresents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable 



16 875 
to 503 
8 273 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



2 31(1 
989 
849 
503 

t 758 
1 034 
1 957 
574 
1 193 

416 



2 842 

1 512 

6tO 

59C 



VERNON PARISH 

LEESVILLE 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 

WASHINGTON PARISH. . . . 

BOGALUSA 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 

WEBSTER PARISH 

MINDEN 

SPRINGHILL 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 

WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH. 

PORT ALLEN 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 

WEST CARROLL PARISH. . . 

WEST FELICIANA PARISH. . 

WINN PARISH 

*INNFIELD 

REMAINDER OF PARISH. . 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 

18 137 
14 155 

3 981 

34 379 
23 901 
10 478 

30 574 
14 833 
9 472 

6 269 

7 238 

4 317 
2 921 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 

15 345 
13 430 

2 915 

31 769 
22 377 
9 392 

27 060 
13 777 
9 324 

3 959 

6 236 

4 029 
2 207 

5 853 
2 703 

8 628 

7 883 
745 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 

I 562 

1 318 

244 



2 433 

1 308 

808 

317 



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RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 



[Dala aie based on 1964 SMSA definitions] 



SIC 
code 



Kifid of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 

establistv 

ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl.lXX)) 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(tl,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



RETAIL TRiDEi TOTAL 



LUMBER I BLDG MATLSi HDWEt FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



APPAREL 1 ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORESi PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



LUMBERi BLDG MATLSi HD*Ei FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

UIOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



59PT(5911 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURI^ITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



53M 
138 
325 



NEW ORLEANS SMSA 



277 619 

23 086 

34 935 

58 600 

53 883 

21 6"t"t 

19 263 
16 008 
IS 884 



22 634 
34 449 
53 722 
53 141 
21 076 

19 073 

15 648 
14 806 
11 196 

16 193 
4 997 



254 

"^1 821 

274 

692 

402 
3U5 
2 129 
293 
830 



225 
150 
■"749 
206 
572 

358 
245 
1 353 
263 
500 
92 



■■968 384 

36 192 

135 941 

■■243 359 

129 428 

53 031 

74 267 

55 699 
99 775 
39 925 

56 798 
43 969 



296 050 

20 294 
29 389 
67 225 
57 246 

21 587 

28 490 
17 647 
16 902 
10 535 
21 507 
5 228 



62 319 
56 496 
20 027 

28 234 
17 181 
15 578 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
■Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. Revised. 



33 580 
134 227 

''217 413 
127 762 
49 571 

73 531 
54 039 
87 123 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-43 



TABLE 11 Parishes With 500 Establishments or iVIore: 1958 



SIC 
code 



.UMBER > BLDS MAILS t HDIIE i FARM EQUIP. 
SENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

-OOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

3AS0LINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL I ACCESSORY STORES 

URNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 
ATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES" PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

MONSTORE RETAILERS* 



59PT(5')1I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



LUMBER! BLDG MATLSi HDWE i FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL 1 ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES" PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



S9PTI59U 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PTt591] 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT(591 
59 EX.59: 
53 PART* 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



5 736 
3 510 
8 269 

6 672 



2 649 
2 0«5 
2 175 



34 


202 


5 


610 


3 


440 


5 


997 




ID) 


2 


931 


2 


649 


1 


998 


1 


643 



CALCASIEU PARISH 



147 523 

16 539 

17 852 
35 403 
28 144 
11 219 

8 535 
6 066 
8 372 
4 839 
8 663 
691 



139 311 

16 315 

17 612 
31 903 
28 002 
11 889 

8 191 
5 764 
7 072 
4 593 
7 421 



JEFFERSON PARISH 



154 468 

7 144 
12 372 
65 787 
23 543 
12 737 

(01 



11 788 

61 591 

23 373 

11 885 



LAFOURCHE PARISH 



2 684 

2 020 

3 456 
1 330 
1 780 
1 195 



2 199 
10 955 

7 332 

3 358 

(01 

1 854 

2 914 
1 330 
1 502 
1 072 



(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



258 217 

16 085 
25 280 
57 770 
47 590 
15 341 

27 212 
15 454 
14 473 



IBERIA PARISH 



45 695 

4 295 

2 160 
10 556 

8 077 

3 990 

3 858 

4 438 
2 946 



LAFAYETTE PARISH 



82 337 

8 478 

13 567 

14 812 

15 630 
5 939 

5 897 

3 529 

4 635 
2 492 

5 708 
1 650 



ORLEANS PARISH 



OUACHITA PARISH 



105 


651 


fl 


913 


15 


073 


21 


066 


20 


673 


8 


173 


7 


645 


5 


456 


5 


255 


3 


436 


7 


970 


1 


989 



8 


841 


14 


709 


IB 


ooa 


20 


449 


7 


519 


7 


547 


5 


312 


4 


323 


3 


358 


7 


244 


1 


691 



^1 365 
200 
450 



1 578 
242 
579 
353 



376 

298 
195 
1 095 
215 
425 
71 



"^764 676 

25 159 

122 398 

"■163 572 

100 547 

35 811 

57 573 

47 987 

80 795 

34 002 

47 591 

38 130 



RAPIDES PARISH 



101 724 

5 558 

15 958 

25 700 

17 294 

8 385 

5 188 

5 852 

5 085 

2 957 

5 976 

1 758 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittitield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 'Revised. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of Sit; major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH coextensive with Baton Rouge SMSA, see Table 10.| 



20-44 LOUISIANA 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 11. Parishes With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1958-continued 



SIC 
code 



59PTIS91I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART» 



59PT(591) 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL t ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERSt 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HD»E . FARM EQUIP. 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* . . 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STQi^ES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



ST. LANDRY PARISH 



51 3l»6 


«5 634 


5 936 


5 732 


t 55U 


3 732 


10 760 


7 622 


9 B05 


9 719 


1 301 


3 958 


3 906 


3 802 


3 159 


3 127 


3 781 


3 278 



TERREBONNE PARISH 



3 


958 


4 


306 


15 


02U 


7 


20« 


U 


3«8 


3 


21U 


? 


801 


3 


57« 


1 


270 


2 


961 




216 



U 


010 


12 


504 


7 


066 


4 


240 




(01 


? 


719 


2 


964 


1 


270 


2 


631 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
((1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



TANGIPAHOA PARISH 



4 928 

6 36S 

12 850 

11 386 

5 156 

2 824 
1 272 

3 469 
1 614 
9 907 

362 



VERMILION PARISH 



31 724 

6 618 

1 993 
5 411 
4 796 

2 751 

1 360 

1 857 

2 081 
1 391 

3 396 

60 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) WiUiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'NonstDie retailers, pan of SIC major group S3, are shown separately in this table. 



54 


962 


4 


840 


6 


0U2 


10 


172 


11 


346 


" 


802 


2 


458 


1 


124 


2 


399 


1 


61« 


9 


639 




326 



2 393 

1 228 
1 589 

1 481 

1 391 

2 846 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



LOUISIANA 20-45 



TABLE 12 Cities With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1958 



SIC 
code 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



59PT(591I 
59 EC. 591 
53 PART* 



59PT(591I 
59 EX.591 
53 PART* 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG HATLS. HOWE. FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BLDG MATLS. HDWE . FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* .... 

FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl.OOO) 



t 226 


« 226 


14 319 


(Dl 


15 917 


1« 959 


16 007 


15 9117 


1* 590 


"t "tl8 


5 948 


101 


t 557 


H 565 


3 im 


3 232 


2 393 


101 


6 220 


5 844 


1 555 


101 



5 400 


(01 


12 923 


12 923 


9 038 


7 524 


15 159 


15 137 


4 947 


(01 


(Dl 


(0) 


3 185 


2 997 


3 545 


3 390 


2 091 


2 091 


4 613 


4 305 



14 


271 


15 


901 


19 


275 


4 


875 


6 


779 


4 


865 


3 


696 


? 


710 


ti 


884 


1 


652 



14 099 

14 543 

19 210 

4 704 

5 751 
4 778 
3 300 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



258 226 

21 797 
33 439 

51 474 
50 951 

18 826 

19 137 

15 772 

14 803 
10 115 

15 703 
5 209 



9 869 
15 800 
24 747 
23 675 
(0) 

7 315 
5 067 
5 115 
3 509 
7 107 
(01 



235 004 

15 796 

24 520 
48 555 
44 208 

14 558 

25 845 

15 714 
12 519 

8 992 
18 678 
4 319 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

NEW ORLEANS is coextensive with Orleans Parish, see Table U. 



21 589 
33 151 

48 304 
50 395 
18 318 

(D) 



22 869 

23 575 
7 017 



15 428 
24 410 
45 195 
43 600 
13 932 

26 623 
15 374 
11 759 

8 935 
17 528 

3 773 



Maine 



CONTENTS 

[Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 21-, which appears as part of number for each page.] 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 12 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 16 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 22 

7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 23 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 23 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 24 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 24 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 25 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 26 



MAINE 



Incorporated places of 100,000 and over ® 
Incorporated places of 25,000- 100,000 • 

Standard Metropolitan 
Statistical Areas 




IS. DEPARTMENT OF CO»<MEI!CE 



21-3 



state total 



1958 



1963 



$1,031,037,1 



$1,185,386,[ 



EACH SYMBOL = = = = i ro; 
5% CHANGE ^^^13* 



MAINE Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 



Lumber, BIdg. Materials. Farm ^ ^n 
Equip., Hardware Dealers pHeS 



General Merchandise 
Group Stores 



Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



Gasoline Service 
Stations 



107 
124 






_ _ _ 227 






Apparel, ^=59 
Accessory Stores ^BGO 

U% 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^34 
Equipment Stores 034 



Eating, Drinking Places ^^55 

Drug Stores, ^27 
Proprietary Stores |i 30 




Other Retail Stores 






148 
1159 



16 



Nonstore Retailers j 21 

^ = = = = " 195g 1963 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census ^ 



21-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-5 



TABLE 1. 



The State: 1963 and 1958 



SIC 
code 



522-52U 

5251 

5252 



55 EX.55H 



56 

561.567 

562-3.568 

562 

563.568 

565 

566 

564.569 



59 EX 

592 

593 

59"t 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

rING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCEL.-ANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FliH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 
TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

V-OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

•.OMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUS.C STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STOKES. INCLUDING FEED STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL' ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



1 501 
1 357 

144 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



108 



68 


471 


32 


165 


ft 


455 


Ifl 


213 


11 


638 



667 

2 847 

3 602 



59 728 
14 398 
16 745 
13 688 
3 057 
19 305 
7 629 
1 451 



34 025 
19 602 
14 423 



55 213 
51 313 
3 900 



29 866 
27 790 
2 076 



158 776 

^29 080 

5 030 

2 573 

3 236 
29 395 
11 251 
63 499 
14 712 



123 530 

48 780 

40 121 

34 629 



297 945 

287 605 

3 712 

529 

2 753 

3 346 



57 718 
13 946 
16 555 
13 618 
2 937 
18 281 
7 535 
1 401 



32 893 

19 064 
13 829 



Total 
(number) 



29 730 
27 654 
2 076 



162 514 
"■29 080 
3 346 
2 363 
2 664 
29 067 
11 057 
61 725 
13 192 



11 236 



With 
payroll 



1 666 
1 430 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



59 596 
24 828 
5 636 
18 426 
10 606 



107 286 

33 743 

35 136 

38 404 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



58 975 
14 151 
18 529 



33 965 

18 507 
15 458 



45 054 
40 487 
4 567 



26 822 

24 008 
2 814 



148 195 

25 903 

2 967 

2 965 

2 747 

33 686 

8 436 



Standard Notes. - Reptesenis zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. Revised. 
"Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 
^Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition 



958 903 



100 958 

33 748 

34 736 
32 474 



258 931 
244 763 

(M 

662 
1 790 
3 066 



55 905 

13 801 
17 867 

14 288 
3 579 

15 081 
7 478 
1 588 



31 397 
17 491 
13 906 



40 774 
36 509 
4 265 



26 440 
23 7n0 
2 740 



2 133 
2 683 
2 405 
32 308 
7 730 
54 081 
11 746 



21-6 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2 The State: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



521 

S22 

523 

5251 
5252 



6«3 

544 

5115 

5U6 

5U62 

5U63 

5«9 



55PT(55«> 



RETAIL TRADE> TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . • 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS . . . . i . . 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEKORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING , . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES. . . 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS. APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



562-3.568 WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 



562 

563. 56S 
553 



WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS. . . . i 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE StORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



10 093 



615 
131 
130 



5H9 
117 
116 



1 185 386 



68 471 
21 181 
10 984 
3 956 



124 108 
48 780 
40 147 
33 615 
719 
847 



321 627 

310 053 

2 910 

1 548 
667 

2 847 

1 119 

2 325 
2 226 

99 
41 



227 301 
190 102 
151 697 
7 657 
30 748 
12 601 
10 833 

3 512 
10 253 

4 627 

5 529 

97 



16 745 

13 688 

3 057 

527 



1 135 162 



66 173 
21 039 
10 792 
3 888 



123 530 
48 780 
40 121 
33 135 
699 
795 



297 945 

287 605 

2 672 

1 040 
529 

2 753 
963 

2 275 

2 210 

55 

(D) 



223 541 
189 988 
151 583 
7 657 
30 748 
9 921 
10 449 

3 512 
9 671 

4 143 

5 455 

73 



16 555 

13 518 

2 937 

499 



16 120 
6 234 
6 178 
3 518 
107 
83 



21 514 

IS 042 

14 367 

787 

2 888 

730 

1 515 

396 

831 

465 

356 

10 



2 703 
2 239 

454 



2 377 269 



163 761 
55 583 
22 540 



310 593 
124 111 
115 346 
67 114 
2 391 
1 631 



442 134 

416 995 

3 592 

1 735 

886 

5 447 

1 944 

11 226 

11 073 

153 

(01 



402 


909 


339 


259 


?75 


058 


14 


987 


49 


214 


13 


736 


27 


805 


7 


767 


14 


342 


7 


921 


6 


294 




127 


126 


840 


152 


678 


3ft 


526 




(Dl 




(D) 


55 


592 


45 


413 


9 


179 


1 


529 




(0) 




IDI 


3 


997 


3 


319 


37 


772 


19 


711 




(D! 




(D) 


15 


656 



Standard Notes: - Represents 2ero. (0) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-7 



TABLE 2. The State: 1963-Continued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINSSi EOUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALHARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES . 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES , . 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIOUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES. .... 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. . . . i 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS ..... 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS. .... 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE] ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



Total 

(number) 



«37 
225 



1 501 

1 357 

889 



! 529 

109 
206 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



2«5 
113 
7«3 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



3t 025 
19 602 
16 311 

2 688 
375 
lOU 
12V 

8 7l»2 

3 020 
2 661 

547 



55 213 
51 313 
38 923 
970 
9 215 

2 204 

3 900 



29 866 
27 790 
2 076 



158 776 

2 9 080 

5 030 

1 153 
3 577 

2 573 
1 018 
1 555 



107 
25 988 
2 701 
706 
U 251 
63 499 



3 567 
1 058 
1 251 

1 000 

2 786 
1 922 

329 
167 
669 
178 
140 
1 535 



20 575 
4 595 
4 996 

10 984 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



32 893 

19 064 

15 831 

2 688 

375 

(D) 

(Dl 

8 528 

2 880 

2 421 

383 

2 038 



52 811 
49 085 
37 451 
928 
8 556 

2 150 

3 726 



29 730 
27 554 
2 076 



152 514 

29 080 

3 345 

579 

2 767 

2 353 

820 

1 543 



85 
25 830 
2 663 
594 
11 057 
51 725 
(Dl 



3 139 

1 004 
1 117 

1 000 

2 442 
1 864 

329 
167 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



5 502 
3 418 

2 745 
542 
107 
(Dl 
(Dl 



11 544 

10 940 

8 586 

254 

1 488 

512 

504 



15 516 
I 238 

549 



12 

1 506 

134 

102 

1 749 

7 633 

(Dl 



150 
349 

215 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



100 578 

62 136 

49 142 

10 896 

1 770 

(Dl 

(D) 

23 737 

7 289 

7 416 



235 894 
225 490 
178 155 
4 458 
33 450 
9 416 
11 404 



85 988 
81 628 
4 360 



295 469 
22 935 

10 947 
1 318 
9 629 
7 346 
1 935 
5 411 



188 

25 892 

2 573 

1 847 

31 753 

146 542 

(Dl 

(Dl 



13 058 

1 154 

2 122 
2 589 
7 713 
4 032 
1 553 

452 

1 713 

384 



(Dl 
(Dl 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 



366 
815 
535 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



5 272 
5 931 
4 655 
102 
942 
232 
341 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Notapplicalile. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of S\C maior grouo 53. are sliown separately in ttiis table. 



21-8 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3. 



Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweeli 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unmcor- 
porated 
busmesses 

(number) 



ments 
(number) 



Kind-ofbusiness group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Sales 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores " 



r4AINEi TOTAL 



ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. . . 
AUBURN 

LEWISTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

LISBON TOWN 

LIVERHORE FALLS TOWN 
ALL OTHER PLACES . . 

AROOSTOOK COUNTY .... 

PRESQUE ISLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 
CARIBOU TOWN .... 
FORT FAIRFIELD TOWN. 
FORT KENT TOWN . . . 
HOULTON TOWN .... 
LIMESTONE TOWN . . . 



HADAWASKA TOWN . 
VAN BUREN TOWN . 
ALL OTHER PLACES 



UMBERLAND COUtvlTY. . . 

PORTLAND 

SOUTH PORTLAND . . . 

WESTBROOK 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

BRUNSWICK TOWN . . 

GORHAM TOWN. . . . 

YARMOUTH TOWN. . . 



ALL OTHER PLACES 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. . . 
FARMINGTON TOWN. 
ALL OTHER PLACES 



HANCOCK COUNTY . . . . 

ELLSWORTH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



KENNEBEC COUNTY. . . • 

AUGUSTA 

GARDINER 

HALLOWELL 

WATERVILLE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 
WINSLOW TOWN • . • 
ALL OTHER PLACES . 



KNOX COUNTY 

ROCKLAND 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

CAMDEN TOWN. . . . 

ALL OTHER PLACES . 



LINCOLN COUNTY 



OXFORD COUNTY. . . . 
MEXICO TOWN, . . 
NORWAY TOWN. . . 
RUMFORD TOWN . . 
ALL OTHER PLACES 



PENOBSCOT COUNTY . . • 

BANGOR 

BREWER 

OLD TOWN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

DEXTER TOWN. . . . 

LINCOLN TOWN . . . 

MILLINOCKET TOWN . 



PISCATAOUIS COUNTY 



SAGADAHOC COUNTY • . . 

BATH 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



so^erset county. . . 
fairfield town . 
madison town . . 
pittsfielo town, 
skowhegan town . 
all other places 



WALDO COUNTY 

BELFAST 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



8U9 
212 
U'*2 



259 

1 711 
753 
143 
139 
676 
152 
56 
3") 



6U3 
150 
342 
151 



149 

1 347 
627 
107 
107 
506 
128 
38 
30 



114 804 

36 079 

62 758 

15 967 



101 715 

24 201 

77 514 

19 790 

6 291 

8 615 

14 218 



6 238 

4 705 
15 069 

267 344 
155 494 
22 560 
15 778 
73 512 
22 798 

5 991 
3 645 

41 078 

22 102 
11 277 

10 825 

38 913 

15 564 

23 349 

119 901 

39 851 

11 609 
3 318 

42 346 
22 777 

5 875 

16 902 

39 135 

21 931 

17 204 

7 695 
9 509 

26 058 

48 115 

3 956 

8 282 
15 913 
19 964 

166 324 

85 091 

14 677 

9 481 
57 075 

6 253 
9 504 
9 025 



20 133 
14 816 
5 317 



41 


917 


6 


867 


3 


630 


5 


712 


16 


500 


9 


203 


17 


809 


11 


222 


6 


587 



1 135 162 

110 564 
34 615 
60 588 
15 361 

4 062 

5 701 

5 598 

96 449 
23 903 
72 546 
19 322 

6 217 
8 393 

13 500 
2 518 

5 820 
4 125 
12 651 

260 130 

152 310 

21 672 
15 100 
71 046 

22 416 



20 602 
10 749 

9 853 

36 767 
15 266 

21 501 



10 881 
2 952 

41 608 

21 345 
5 811 

15 534 

37 169 
21 245 
15 924 



24 868 

46 171 

3 750 

8 196 
15 451 
18 774 

161 262 

84 081 

14 361 

9 175 
53 645 

5 765 

9 218 

8 813 



19 139 
14 370 
4 769 



13 036 

3 683 

7 871 

1 482 

365 

567 

550 



7 114 

2 035 

538 

810 

1 622 
226 

543 
382 
958 

30 244 
18 961 

2 079 

1 479 
7 725 

2 532 
618 
406 

4 169 

1 864 

1 028 

836 



2 169 

12 609 
4 350 

1 092 
300 

4 760 

2 107 
655 

1 452 

3 866 

2 400 

1 466 
694 
772 

2 391 



271 

822 

1 568 

1 470 



602 
893 
867 



2 050 

1 607 

443 



38 416 


3 659 


6 505 


517 


2 972 


250 


5 316 


543 


15 608 


1 718 


7 813 


631 


16 821 


1 540 


11 090 


1 030 


5 731 


510 



246 313 
69 036 
147 217 

30 060 
7 024 

11 650 
11 386 

186 463 
48 812 

137 651 
38 296 
10 489 
16 476 

31 115 
4 608 



19 417 

593 778 
366 168 

42 506 

34 738 
150 366 

48 602 
10 965 
7 904 

82 895 

35 943 

20 769 
15 174 

80 639 

36 930 

43 909 

245 098 
82 828 

21 359 
5 390 

95 074 
40 447 

12 325 
28 122 

74 310 

45 696 

28 614 

13 453 
15 161 

46 546 

78 286 

5 095 

15 701 

29 807 
27 685 

338 159 

189 606 

29 023 

19 933 

99 597 

10 944 

18 224 

17 012 



40 380 
31 023 
9 357 



72 


276 


10 


241 


4 


767 


10 


687 


32 


854 


13 


727 


29 


920 


19 


564 


10 


356 



39 320 

3 986 
979 

2 450 
557 
133 
194 
230 

3 105 



167 
282 
531 



336 

10 013 

5 960 

683 

626 

2 742 
866 
192 
155 

1 529 

643 
346 
297 

1 334 
615 
719 

3 959 

1 341 
337 
69 

1 496 
696 
175 
521 



706 
473 
217 
256 



255 
509 

477 

5 357 
2 937 
387 
323 
1 710 
193 
271 
246 

166 



551 
334 
217 



68 471 

7 765 
1 715 
4 919 



535 



1 


342 


4 


773 


1 


409 




475 




478 




666 




197 




107 




309 


1 


132 


13 


167 


4 


026 




(Dl 




7?? 




(D) 


1 


160 


1 


421 



1 845 

1 099 
746 

2 462 
796 

1 666 



3 


612 


1 


594 




IDI 




(D) 


3 


214 


2 


002 


1 


212 



155 
643 
102 
267 
123 
394 
287 



701 
506 
195 



609 
625 
653 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore relailers, part o( SIC raaior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 

















Kind-of-business 


group -continued 
















Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Appatel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers * 


1 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




^ 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


E 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number! 


($1,000) 


(number! 


($1,000) 




2 307 


321 627 


744 


227 301 


1 096 


85 695 


645 


59 728 


437 


34 025 


1 501 


55 213 


234 


29 866 


1 629 


153 776 


372 


20 575 


1 


187 


29 036 


61 


23 790 


70 


6 795 


66 


9 199 


62 


3 493 


146 


5 795 


18 


2 176 


139 


14 756 


31 


1 497 


2 


41 


8 951 


13 


13 859 


28 


2 877 


10 


546 


16 


483 


34 


1 428 


4 


538 


37 


4 203 


9 


140 


3 


100 


14 235 


28 


8 048 


27 


2 607 


46 


8 222 


35 


2 676 


79 


3 338 


10 


1 206 


66 


7 574 


19 


1 330 


4 


46 


5 850 


20 


1 883 


15 


1 311 


10 


431 


11 


339 


33 


979 


4 


432 


36 


2 979 


3 


27 


5 


11 


1 312 


10 


734 


• 6 


482 


3 


101 


3 


25 


7 


165 


1 


(0) 


7 


893 


- 




6 


14 


1 975 


4 


931 


2 


IDl 


5 


265 


5 


236 


5 


102 


2 


(0) 


13 


1 356 


- 


_ 


7 


21 


2 563 


6 


218 


7 


101 


2 


IDl 


3 


78 


21 


712 


1 


(0) 


16 


725 


3 


27 


8 


217 


24 389 


69 


19 729 


122 


7 513 


78 


5 543 


43 


2 865 


108 


3 528 


22 


2 414 


120 


15 586 


36 


2 074 


9 


19 


3 111 


12 


5 733 


15 


1 154 


9 


931 


11 


257 


17 


421 


3 


351 


24 


5 343 


4 


255 


10 


198 


21 278 


57 


13 996 


107 


6 359 


69 


4 562 


32 


2 608 


91 


3 107 


19 


2 063 


96 


10 343 


32 


1 819 


11 


30 


4 101 


14 


5 032 


14 


925 


11 


(01 


9 


1 027 


10 


678 


4 


350 


24 


2 887 


1 


IDl 


12 


8 


1 806 


7 


1 206 


6 


330 


4 


151 


3 


68 


7 


86 


2 


(0) 


10 


1 651 


3 


182 


13 


17 


1 997 


6 


2 667 


5 


356 


8 


501 


4 


245 


7 


203 


2 


(0) 


9 


1 019 


1 


IDl 


14 


24 


2 836 


13 


2 462 


15 


1 262 


10 


1 407 


5 


981 


13 


710 


4 


447 


19 


2 403 


4 


366 


15 


2 


(01 


2 


IDl 


" 


426 


2 


(Dl 


- 


- 


« 


187 


1 


(0) 


3 


129 


- 




16 


15 


1 987 


2 


ID) 


5 


323 


10 


567 


3 


155 


18 


512 


2 


(01 


8 


522 


8 


381 


17 


15 


1 384 


5 


724 


8 


436 


10 


446 


- 


- 


7 


194 


2 


(01 


8 


294 


5 


195 


18 


87 


IDl 


8 


710 


50 


2 301 




504 


8 


132 


25 


537 


2 


IDl 


15 


1 428 


10 


10) 


19 


372 


69 321 


111 


49 183 


182 


16 189 


97 


12 680 


84 


8 388 


302 


14 590 


55 


6 388 


294 


36 068 


71 


5 272 


20 


168 


34 913 


37 


31 895 


60 


5 585 


61 


8 086 


47 


5 787 


136 


3 088 


28 


3 467 


129 


20 795 


34 


4 372 


21 


33 


8 216 


8 


5 934 


25 


1 934 


6 


842 


11 


592 


23 


795 


7 


814 


15 


1 624 


8 


(D) 


22 


28 


4 229 


4 


1 994 


14 


1 426 


9 


764 


6 


896 


25 


630 


4 


480 


25 


3 224 


9 


327 


23 


143 


21 963 


62 


9 360 


83 


7 244 


21 


2 988 


20 


1 113 


118 


5 027 


16 


1 627 


125 


10 425 


20 


(0) 


24 


36 


6 460 


16 


4 358 


17 


1 807 


9 


848 


10 


(Dl 


22 


1 224 


5 


495 


21 


3 047 


2 


IDl 


25 


12 


1 182 


2 


ID) 


5 


691 


1 


IDl 


4 


150 


10 


255 


2 


IDl 


14 


1 734 


1 


IDl 


26 


7 


1 540 


2 


IDl 


t 


550 


2 


IDl 


1 


IDl 


8 


177 


1 


IDl 


5 


759 


1 


IDl 


27 


88 


12 781 


42 


4 889 


57 


4 196 


9 


2 090 


5 


113 


78 


3 371 


8 


693 


85 


4 885 


16 


128 


28 


58 


6 765 


22 


4 174 


34 


2 046 


16 


901 


5 


240 


28 


729 


7 


609 


54 


2 686 


13 


506 


29 


10 


2 616 


8 


2 655 


14 


685 


6 


521 


3 


IDl 


3 


335 


2 


IDl 


20 


1 644 


8 


469 


30 


48 


4 149 


14 


1 519 


20 


1 361 


10 


380 


2 


IDl 


20 


344 


5 


(Dl 


34 


1 042 


5 


37 


31 


120 


11 044 


31 


7 152 


40 


3 012 


33 


1 507 


9 


512 


75 


2 223 


12 


1 112 


74 


5 895 


13 


649 


32 


16 


3 676 


10 


4 326 


12 


1 247 


7 


481 


4 


IDl 


14 


768 


3 


349 


17 


IDl 


- 


- 


33 


104 


7 368 


21 


2 826 


28 


1 765 


26 


1 026 


S 


(Dl 


61 


1 455 


9 


763 


57 


(Dl 


13 


649 


34 


222 


31 126 


79 


24 154 


79 


7 901 


52 


7 559 


42 


3 884 


131 


4 802 


25 


3 328 


146 


15 504 


48 


1 892 


35 


68 


11 285 


19 


9 616 


30 


2 848 


18 


2 615 


12 


1 477 


40 


1 443 


11 


976 


32 


3 667 


10 


235 


36 


26 


3 923 


11 


2 238 


6 


352 


10 


690 


2 


(□1 


9 


332 


2 


(0) 


19 


2 157 


11 


218 


37 


7 


459 


2 


101 


2 


(01 


1 


IDl 


2 


(Dl 


6 


177 


2 


(0) 


16 


1 971 


2 


IDl 


33 


58 


9 610 


23 


8 207 


13 


1 728 


15 


3 375 


13 


1 836 


35 


1 755 


5 


1 596 


38 


4 708 


5 


441 


39 


63 


5 849 


24 


(01 


28 


ID) 


8 


101 


13 


393 


41 


1 095 


5 


472 


41 


3 001 


20 


IDl 


40 


9 


1 320 


4 


1 552 


6 


482 


. 


. 


2 


101 


4 


140 


1 


IDl 


3 


(Dl 


3 


IDl 


41 


54 


4 529 


20 


IDl 


22 


(01 


8 


IDl 


11 


101 


37 


955 


" 


IDl 


33 


(Dl 


17 


158 


42 


66 


10 563 


27 


6 329 


32 


1 946 


33 


2 476 


14 


975 


40 


1 099 


13 


1 303 


63 


7 419 


18 


435 


43 


27 


5 954 


9 


2 245 


10 


788 


20 


1 739 


3 


670 


11 


461 


6 


584 


28 


4 395 


5 


172 


44 


39 


4 609 


IS 


4 084 


22 


1 158 


13 


737 


6 


305 


29 


638 


7 


619 


40 


3 024 


13 


253 


45 


14 


2 132 


6 


1 368 


5 


471 


7 


642 


2 


101 


6 


151 


3 


309 


18 


2 034 






46 


25 


2 477 


12 


2 716 


17 


687 


6 


95 


t 


IDl 


23 


437 


« 


310 


22 


940 


13 


263 


47 


55 


6 246 


18 


5 973 


30 


2 289 


16 


759 


9 


514 


48 


1 187 


6 


653 


59 


3 632 


13 


684 


48 


119 


13 990 


40 


11 790 


64 


3 975 


22 


1 399 


14 


787 


56 


1 407 


12 


1 117 


67 


5 268 


19 


1 724 


49 


9 


911 


8 


2 075 


5 


465 


- 


- 


1 


IDl 


10 


304 


1 


(01 


3 


66 


2 


101 


50 


11 


1 714 


8 


2 615 


8 


579 


6 


200 


2 


(D) 


2 


IDl 


2 


(01 


12 


1 257 


1 


IDl 


51 


31 


4 964 


7 


1 935 


14 


1 123 


11 


955 


8 


504 


16 


477 


4 


369 


15 


1 853 


7 


1 227 


52 


68 


6 401 


17 


5 165 


37 


1 808 


5 


244 


3 


55 


28 


ID) 


5 


412 


37 


2 092 


9 


429 


53 


242 


42 469 


94 


34 194 


143 


12 217 


77 


9 338 


50 


4 849 


151 


6 716 


31 


3 416 


144 


19 585 


42 


2 817 


54 


67 


16 397 


32 


20 433 


37 


4 576 


34 


6 275 


25 


3 213 


53 


3 077 


12 


1 400 


52 


8 038 


16 


1 844 


55 


19 


4 408 


7 


(01 


20 


1 344 


6 


787 


4 


302 


10 


306 


2 


(Dl 


15 


3 013 


6 


215 


55 


27 


3 374 


2 


(01 


10 


624 


5 


1 073 


5 


587 


6 


279 




101 


14 


1 819 


3 


37 


57 


129 


18 290 


53 


11 073 


76 


5 673 


32 


1 198 


16 


747 


77 


3 054 


13 


1 352 


63 


6 710 


17 


670 


58 


15 


1 889 


9 


2 005 


6 


371 


6 


300 


2 


(D) 


5 


285 


1 


IDl 


7 


368 


2 


IDl 


59 


15 


3 170 


8 


2 474 


6 


915 


6 


403 


2 


(0) 


4 


159 


2 


IDl 


15 


1 003 


- 




50 


U 


2 591 


7 


2 487 


« 


295 


7 


207 


5 


329 


8 


211 


3 


283 


6 


1 307 


1 


(01 


51 


8 


1 586 


. 


. 


6 


652 


1 


(01 


. 


. 


4 


54 5 


1 


(01' 


5 


556 


2 


(01 


62 


80 


9 054 


29 


4 107 


54 


3 440 


12 


(or 


7 


138 


56 


1 854 


6 


438 


30 


3 476 


12 


342 


63 


38 


4 950 


19 


3 569 


17 


1 201 


10 


922 


7 


618 


23 


486 


7 


598 


32 


2 561 


5 


110 


54 


39 


5 833 


15 


2 762 


30 


2 762 


15 


615 


7 


476 


26 


779 


6 


499 


43 


3 477 


3 


22 


65 


21 


4 688 


8 


1 546 


14 


1 626 


13 


101 


4 


371 


14 


628 


5 


IDl 


29 


2 308 


2 


IDl 


56 


18 


1 145 


7 


1 216 


16 


1 136 


= 


(01 


3 


105 


12 


151 


1 


101 


14 


1 169 


1 


(Dl 


67 


135 


15 348 


31 


5 136 


51 


3 774 


22 


1 442 


19 


1 349 


45 


1 285 


16 


1 532 


63 


6 426 


16 


1 019 


58 


21 


2 539 


5 


(D) 


5 


378 


2 


(01 


5 


327 


6 


131 


2 


101 


10 


2 195 


5 


314 


59 


16 


1 404 


7 


1 046 


3 


151 


2 


(01 


3 


107 


t> 


135 


2 


101 


5 


273 


2 


(01 


70 


17 


2 457 


3 


IDl 


7 


512 


5 


224 


1 


(Dl 


4 


72 


3 


223 


7 


698 


2 


IDl 


71 


29 


5 137 


11 


3 103 


16 


1 133 


7 


737 


7 


101 


16 


604 


4 


521 


22 


2 159 


2 


IDl 


72 


52 


3 811 


5 


334 


20 


1 600 


6 


173 


3 


45 


13 


293 


5 


325 


19 


1 101 


5 


109 


73 


45 


5 193 


19 


3 455 


31 


1 655 


10 


446 


8 


333 


37 


904 


5 


433 


33 


2 991 


8 


76 


74 


13 


3 664 


13 


2 687 


8 


504 


9 


(01 


3 


235 


16 


308 


3 


101 


15 


1 788 


4 


12 


75 


32 


1 529 


6 


768 


23 


1 151 


1 


(Dl 


5 


98 


21 


596 


2 


101 


23 


1 203 


4 


64 


76 



21-10 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



— 


County and city 


Total 








Kind-of-business group 




Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 


Lumber, building 
mails., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 


General 
merchandise 
group stores • 


■3 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


1 

2 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


40U 
76 
43 

285 


256 
60 
23 

173 


29 759 
9 557 
2 043 

IB 159 


26 925 
9 269 
1 599 

15 957 


2 309 
826 
158 

1 325 


49 124 
17 481 
3 897 
27 746 


869 
311 
60 
498 


401 
66 
44 

291 


32 

7 
3 
22 


1 639 
254 
ID) 
ID) 


30 
7 
1 

22 


3 071 

1 459 

(D) 

(0) 




4 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 


YORK COUNTY 

BIDDEFORO 

SACO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . . 

KENNEBUNK TO*N 

KITTERY TO»N 

OLD ORCHARD BEACH TOWN . 
SANFORD TOWN 


1 259 
258 
103 
888 
66 
68 
110 
197 


933 

200 
65 

668 
58 
56 
90 

115 


114 371 
31 353 

7 924 
75 094 

8 520 
10 014 

4 860 
22 521 


108 657 
29 843 

7 428 
71 386 

8 28a 

9 838 
4 595 

21 193 


11 460 
3 000 

727 
7 733 

910 

1 253 
476 

2 342 


225 831 
59 589 
13 985 

153 257 
17 275 
23 214 
10 589 
43 810 


3 895 

1 019 
257 

2 619 
288 
414 
241 
709 


1 162 
224 
99 
839 
52 
55 
108 
175 


63 
12 

6 
45 
5 

11 


8 584 
2 570 

413 
5 601 

464 

ID) 
2 683 


47 
7 
1 

39 

2 
5 

7 


4 980 
1 988 
(D) 
ID) 
88 
(D) 
243 
1 431 


a 


ALL OTHER PLACES .... 


UU7 


319 


29 179 


27 471 


2 742 


58 368 


967 


448 


29 


ID) 


21 


943 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
) 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963-continued 



Kindof-busmess group -continued 








Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




c; 


lisb- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish 


Sales 


-• 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 








29 




51 


2 403 


24 


1 214 


14 


604 


38 


773 


16 


905 


49 


2 949 


11 


431 


1 








798 


13 


880 


5 


403 


4 




4 


51 












(Dl 








2 


(Dl 




_ 


6 


lie 


2 


(Dl 


4 


65 












52 




80 


6 405 


21 


(D) 


38 


1 523 


13 


693 


8 


344 


30 


657 


11 




35 


2 065 




82 


4 


262 


33 688 


79 


21 807 


120 


10 017 


74 


3 728 


50 


4 133 


247 


8 910 


33 


3 283 


239 


13 873 


25 


1 368 


5 


70 


9 602 


15 


6 028 


17 


2 163 


25 


1 662 


14 


1 599 


42 


1 179 


8 


678 








501 


6 


28 


3 286 


6 


838 


13 


1 055 


2 


(Dl 


5 


290 


12 


406 


2 


(Dl 


24 


1 036 


4 


16 




184 


20 800 


58 


14 941 


90 


6 799 


47 


(01 


31 


2 244 


193 


7 325 


23 


2 184 


164 


9 454 


14 


851 


8 






6 


2 142 


8 


925 


5 


(01 


4 


238 


7 


607 


3 


(Dl 


17 


1 423 


- 


- 


9 




3 533 


6 


1 167 


15 


1 423 






2 


(D) 


13 


2 397 


1 


(Dl 


12 


1 129 


- 


- 


lU 








IDJ 


5 


294 


3 


43 


2 


(D) 


40 


753 


3 


(Dl 






- 


- 


11 


4« 


6 553 


19 


4 074 


21 


1 723 


16 


970 


11 


1 404 


31 


571 


8 


655 


26 


2 078 




379 


12 


89 


6 818 


26 


(01 


41 


2 434 


23 


656 


12 


399 


102 


2 997 


8 


834 


85 


3 726 


11 


472 


13 



21-12 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



SIC 

code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



521 

522 
523 
52« 
5251 
5252 



5112 

513 

5U5 

546 

51(62 

51163 

549 



55 EX.554 



561.567 
561 

567 

562-3.568 



lEWISTON-AUBURH SMSA 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUIi-DING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIu BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES" NONMANUFACTURING. . . 
EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS. ........ 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS ..... 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPOriTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN.S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN.S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN. S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES. SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN. S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not ; 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



Consists of Auburn and Lewiston cities, and Lisbon town in Androscoggin County, Maine 



531 103 025 



6 906 

1 573 

800 



22 641 
18 990 
12 754 



iilable. (X) Not applicable. 



99 265 11 919 



6 362 

1 573 
800 



24 498 
23 614 

(D! 


23 198 
22 384 

(D) 


ID) 
187 
174 


ID> 
187 
104 



22 379 
18 990 
12 754 



3 138 

2 820 

318 



559 


31 518 


452 


28 940 


(Dl 


(D) 


(Dl 


(D) 


27 


533 


12 


209 


57 


1 477 


57 


1 477 



16 817 
4 702 
2 354 



46 OlS 
37 003 
26 118 



10 987 
9 920 
1 067 

251 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-13 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



Witli 
payroll 



Total, all 

establisti- 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establisti- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



LEWISTONAUBURH SMSA -Continued 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL , 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHIN&S STORES , 

FURNITURE STORES , 

FLOOR COVERING STORES , 

DRiPERYt CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALVIARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS . . . . : 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS. .... 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 

Standard Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avallahle. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



12 676 

2 1«5 

662 



3 056 
1 901 
1 626 



t 683 
a 306 
2 852 
287 
5«0 
627 
377 



809 
3 790 
1 661 



10 937 
7 281* 
6 362 



070 


20 879 


017 


19 746 


696 


13 158 


78 


1 397 


107 


2 «50 


136 


2 7U1 



21-14 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 continued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,0001 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING' PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PAINTi GLASSi KALLPAPER STORES . . . 

ELECTRICAL SUPPuY STORES 

HARD«ArE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES ' 

SEWINGi NEEDLEXORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORESi INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORESi VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDYt NUTi CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES" MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES' NONMANUFACTURING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOnESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS. . 

MEN'S' BOYS' Clothing and furnishings stores 

CUSTOM tailors 



WOMEN'S clothing. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES. . . ., 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES. 



Consists of Portland. South Portland, and Westbrook cities and Cape Elizabeth. Cumberland. Falmouth. Gorham. Scarborough, and Yarmouth 
(owns in Cumberland County. Maine 



B17 
890 
334 



32 368 

2H 530 

5 677 

817 



5« 195 
671 
277 



«1 119 
36 058 
22 272 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
•Reter to errata dated March 1965 lor correded data. 



11 311 
3 819 
3 819 



3 155 

2 687 

U6S 



(NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 



7 7U3 

1 870 

2 326 



32 364 

24 530 

6 677 

817 



53 964 

51 811 

664 

183 



40 695 
36 058 
22 272 



10 973 
3 659 
3 659 



3 155 

2 667 

468 



4 065 
3 588 
2 239 



1 605 
650 
650 



88 149 
64 091 
20 934 
2 002 



83 959 

76 746 

723 

395 

106 

1 874 



73 423 
65 387 
42 475 



37 181 
12 135 
12 135 



16 875 
14 532 
2 343 



782 
681 
435 



575 
207 
207 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-15 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-contmued 



standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 
(numbeO 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 



Payroll, 
entite 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor 
porated 
businesses 



•f^RTLAND SMSA-Conlinued 



FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINAi GLASS*AREi METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS SToRES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



235 
200 
120 



7 t78 

« 25« 

3 0B7 

970 



11 982 

U 015 

7 713 

299 



5 U«l 

5 129 

312 



770 
282 
337 



4 068 

2 901 

970 



7«2 
2614 
337 



1 192 
786 
512 



2 673 
2 517 
1 856 



22 725 
15 211 
10 2tl 
3 972 



9 707 

2 007 

3 065 



17 102 

15 6«3 

U59 



755 


13 111 


518 


33 953 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


398 


29 605 


(D) 


ID) 


l-"* 


3 161 


20 


367 


an 


758 


(D) 


ID) 


29 


513 


51 


980 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wittiheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Refer to errata dated Marcti 1965 lor corrected data. 



21-16 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(dollars) 


Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 


Active 
proprie- 
tors ol 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


Wittl 

payroll 
(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,0001 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 




ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY 


819 
38 

12 

8 
10 

8 

31 
2 
15 

187 

168 
1 
1 
8 

61 

70 

66 
13 
23 

15 

8 
13 
16 

1 

62 
39 
23 

1«6 
121 
22 

18 
15 
3 

139 
8 
14 
1 
17 
12 
13 
31 
13 

31 


613 

30 
12 
6 
8 

31 
2 
15 
11 

127 
112 

1 
1 
6 

19 

62 

56 
13 
21 
15 
6 
7 
11 
1 

12 
27 
15 

116 
96 
20 

18 
15 

3 

101 
8 
6 
1 
5 
10 
11 
27 
33 

11 


111 801 

7 765 
(Dl 
(01 

1 318 
(D) 

10 197 
(D) 
(01 

2 313 

29 036 
28 131 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
198 

23 790 

6 795 

9 199 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
326 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

3 198 
2 250 

1 218 

5 795 
(Dl 
(D) 

2 176 
(Dl 
(Dl 

11 756 

2 178 
708 
(Dl 
170 

3 151 
(Dl 

1 675 
1 910 

1 197 


no 561 

7 221 

(01 
(Dl 

1 312 
530 

10 171 
(Tl 
(Dl 

2 313 

27 136 
26 615 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
128 

23 501 

6 683 

9 013 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
318 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

3 320 
2 132 

1 188 

5 197 
(D) 
(Dl 

2 176 
(Dl 
(01 

(01 

2 178 

(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

3 130 
(Dl 

1 607 
1 811 

(01 


13 036 

991 
(Dl 
(Dl 
153 
16 

1 557 
(Dl 
(01 
256 

1 823 

1 711 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

70 

2 519 

512 

1 113 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
51 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

613 
155 
188 

1 251 
(01 
(Dl 

151 
(01 
(Dl 

(Dl 
107 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
117 
(01 
576 
323 

(01 


216 313 

19 061 

(Dl 

(Dl 

3 151 

1 035 

29 171 
(01 
(Dl 

1 758 

36 863 

31 270 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

1 722 

18 613 

9 660 

25 517 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
1 067 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

11 659 

7 906 
3 763 

21 925 
(01 
(01 

8 207 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(01 

2 012 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

2 107 
(Dl 

9 828 
5 775 

(Dl 


3 986 

236 
(01 
(01 
51 
11 

556 
(Dl 
(Dl 
98 

619 
596 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
31 

555 

179 

119 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
15 
(01 
(01 
(01 

163 
112 
51 

608 
(Dl 
(01 

117 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(Dl 
29 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
33 
(01 
139 
121 

(01 


715 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARD.1ARE1 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


521 

522-521 

5251 

5252 


LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


(01 
(01 

9 

16 
(Dl 
(Dl 

10 


531 
533 

539 


DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 


5U1 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


167 






















AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


62 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


561 t 567 
562-3.568 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


(Dl 
(01 


563.568 

565 

566 


FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 


7 
(Dl 
(Dl 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 










572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 
EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


18 






(01 






(01 


59PTI591) 
591 1 


DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 


7 
(Dl 


59 EX.591 

592 

593 


OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 


(01 

3 

(Dl 








596 
597 
598 
599 

53 PSRTt 


JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 


(Dl 
23 
13 

(01 



t available. (X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-17 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



-Continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 


Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 


Active 
proprie- 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




AROOSTOOK COUNTY 




















RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 










9 638 


186 453 


3 105 


808 




LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


















52 
521 

522-524 

5251 

5252 


TOTAL 


68 
10 
6 
25 
25 


58 

10 

22 
20 


5 115 

1 375 
197 

2 002 
2 541 


5 759 
1 339 

197 

1 832 

2 391 


815 
199 
30 
251 
335 


14 795 

3 427 
532 

4 534 

5 302 


192 
45 

72 
55 




LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


5 
5 
19 
21 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


58 
3 
17 
38 


55 

3 
17 
35 


11 859 
4 222 
3 987 
3 650 


11 317 
4 222 
3 987 
3 508 


1 394 
480 
540 
374 


25 944 
9 441 

10 235 
6 268 


544 
149 
263 
132 




DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


5 
32 




FOOD STORES 




















TOTAL 


217 
207 

3 

2 

5 


113 

105 

3 


24 389 

24 080 

101 

48 
160 


21 703 

21 446 

101 

155 


1 390 

1 349 

8 

33 


31 855 

30 707 

125 

1 023 


461 

444 

3 

14 




5«1 

542 
5U3 
544 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


205 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 


2 
5 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 


















55 EX.554 




69 


51 


19 729 


19 533 


1 848 


33 495 


410 


43 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PT(55U1 


TOTAL 


122 


80 


7 513 


5 429 


493 


11 111 


206 


127 


APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 




56 

561 1 567 

562-3.568 

562 

563 1 568 

555 

566 

564.569 


TOTAL 


78 
19 
26 
20 

5 
20 

9 


58 
17 
22 
18 

4 
16 

9 


5 543 
1 469 

1 176 
934 
242 

2 240 
447 
211 


5 437 
1 441 

1 140 
918 
222 

2 198 
447 
211 


687 
152 
154 
125 
28 
259 
85 
15 


11 451 
2 418 
2 579 
2 135 

444 
4 477 
1 576 

411 


237 
40 
52 
42 
10 

110 
25 
10 




MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 


16 
22 
18 




14 


SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


5 
5 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 


















57 
571 
572,573 




43 
15 
28 


33 

11 
22 


2 865 
1 720 

1 145 


2 755 
1 555 
1 039 


492 
270 
222 


8 890 
4 936 
3 954 


115 
52 
53 


24 




10 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO' TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


14 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 




















TOTAL 


108 
91 
17 


92 
79 
13 


3 528 
2 882 

646 


3 315 

2 770 

545 


722 
501 
121 


14 244 
12 444 
1 800 


412 
352 
50 


115 


5812 
5813 


EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 


97 
18 






















59PT(5911 
591 ( 


TOTAL 


22 
20 
2 


22 

20 

2 


2 414 
(Dl 
(01 


2 402 
(D) 
(D) 


349 
(0) 
ID) 


6 052 

(D) 
(D) 


108 
(01- 
ID) 


15 


DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 


ID) 
ID) 




OTHER RETAIL STORES 


















59 EX.591 
592 


TOTAL 


120 
10 
8 

1 

18 
17 
20 
37 


88 
10 
4 
1 
3 
14 
13 
20 
23 


15 386 

2 555 

140 

ID) 

254 

6 196 

1 177 

4 204 

(D) 


15 356 

2 555 

126 

(0) 

144 

5 186 

1 109 

4 204 

(D) 


1 216 
123 
21 

(U) 
19 
406 
137 
386 
(D) 


23 913 
2 222 

354 

(D) 

673 

7 615 

2 584 

7 982 

(D) 


345 
37 
6 
ID) 
10 
92 
57 
97 
ID) 


88 


LIQUOR STORES 


1 
7 


594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 


BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


ID) 
8 


JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


10 
12 

11 
ID). 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


36 


10 


2 074 


1 932 


232 


4 703 


75 


30 



J Notes; - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable, 
e retailers, oart of SIC malor group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



21-18 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



Continued 





County and kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Now, 15 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 


SIC 
code 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 






(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


1 711 


1 347 


267 344 


260 130 




593 778 


10 013 






LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 






52 

521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 


TOTAL 


76 
30 
18 
22 
5 


62 

24 
12 
22 


13 167 
8 586 

765 
3 154 

662 


12 981 
8 474 

697 
3 154 

656 


1 765 

I 104 

114 

469 

76 


33 935 
20 292 

2 403 
9 722 
1 518 


443 
241 
32 

151 
19 




LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 


10 
10 

7 
3 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


















53 P4RT* 
531 
533 
539 


TOTAL 


67 
8 
28 
31 


63 

8 
26 
27 


36 098 

IDl 

8 589 

(01 


35 996 

(01 

8 589 

(01 


5 151 
(Dl 

1 481 
(01 


98 899 
(01 

26 435 
(01 


1 970 
(01 
553 
(01 


37 
(01 

17 
(01 


DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 




FOOD STORES 




















TOTAL 


372 
311 

24 

11 
22 


280 

231 

12 

U 
22 


69 321 

66 717 

1 165 

87 

429 

923 


66 209 

63 845 

925 

429 
923 


4 787 

4 374 

66 

6 

102 

239 


102 025 

93 972 

1 334 

106 

1 893 

4 720 


1 772 

1 580 

26 

51 
107 


341 


5ai 


GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 


285 


5«3 
5l45-5«9 


FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 


4 
6 
21 




AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 






















HI 


77 


49 183 


48 485 


4 900 


89 657 


985 


74 




GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 




55PK5541 


TOTAL 


182 






15 343 


1 312 






171 




APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 






















97 
28 
28 
19 
9 
13 
24 


85 
22 
28 
19 

9 
22 
4 


12 660 

4 441 

3 316 

ID) 

10) 

2 637 

1 990 

296 


12 342 

4 281 

3 316 

(Dl 

(01 

2 595 

1 364 

296 


1 749 
713 
533 
(Dl 
(D) 
212 
254 
37 


39 582 

12 992 

17 243 

(01 

(01 

3 949 

4 523 
875 


623 
223 
230 
(01 
(01 
83 
72 
15 




561 1 567 
562-3.568 
562 
563.568 


MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN. S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

•OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 


21 
17 
(01 
(Dl 


566 
564.569 


SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 


16 
1 




FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 




66 
35 
31 


8 368 
4 621 
3 767 


8 000 
4 435 
3 565 


1 316 
847 

471 


24 987 
16 288 
8 699 


314 
194 
120 


59 






43 

41 


572.573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES . 


26 




EATING. DRINKING PLACES 


















58 
5812 


TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 


302 
261 

41 


264 
223 
41 


14 590 
13 400 
1 190 


14 290 
13 100 
1 190 


3 245 

3 060 

185 


67 019 
63 295 
3 724 


1 764 

1 662 

102 


266 
227 




DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 




59PT 15911 

591 ( 

( 


TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 


55 
48 


55 

48 

7 


6 388 

(01 
(Dl 


6 368 
(Dl 
(0) 


1 086 
(Dl 
(01 


19 780 
(01 
(Dl 


365 
(01 
(Dl 


37 
(01 
(01 






294 
10 
47 
11 
20 
13 
17 
75 

101 


202 
10 
17 
9 
10 
11 
13 
57 
75 


36 068 

6 725 

854 

(D) 

750 

4 031 

4 124 

15 572 

(01 


(0) 

6 725 

662 

430 

636 

4 025 

4 096 

15 308 

(01 


(Dl 
205 
107 
63 
77 
242 
781 
1 978 
(Dl 


(Dl 

3 628 
2 171 
1 359 
1 253 

4 oie 

13 659 

40 246 

(01 


(Dl 
52 
43 
34 
20 
46 
244 
478 
(Dl 


(Dl 
1 

6 


592 
593 
594 


LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 


596 
597 
596 
599 


JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 


5 

9 

46 

(Dl 




NONSTORE RETAILERS* 


















53 PART* 


TOTAL 


71 


29 


5 272 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


101 


(Dl 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not avai!al)le. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-19 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963-continued 



County and kind of business 



Total 
(number) 



KENNEBEC COUNTY 

RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSt HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 36 28 6 110 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 12 10 2 561 

HEATINGi PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 6 6 366 

HARDWARE STORES 12 8 2 OUt 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 6 « 1 "439 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 222 130 31 126 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 1=9 115 30 089 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS 12 6 651 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 52 16 7 559 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 6 6 1 125 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 19 19 1 305 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 12 12 1 118 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . ■ 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO' TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 131 107 1 802 

EATING PLACES 123 99 1 515 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 8 8 287 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. . . 15 11 2 120 

JEWELRY STORES 11 U 1 665 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 11 29 6 527 

OTHER STORES 32 24 1 375 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

Notes; - l^eptesents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applieable. 
retailers, cart ot SIC maior srouD 53. are sbown seoatatelv in this table. 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



7 397 
1 125 
1 805 
1 118 

357 
3 318 

(DJ 



3 760 

1 771 
1 986 



1 520 

1 233 

287 



15 030 

2 659 

233 

128 

(0) 

2 352 

1 565 

6 335 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



1 816 
313 
900 
633 



1 081 
216 
258 
201 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



39 905 
6 003 
20 592 
13 310 



12 291 

10 212 

696 



20 726 
1 103 
1 859 
3 785 
1 071 
9 911 
101 
(0) 



8 068 
3 776 
1 292 



18 562 

17 813 

719 



29 521 

2 117 

186 

1 121 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 

(number) 



unmcor- 
poraled 
businesses 



21-20 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 



5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IViore: 1963-contmued 



SIC 
code 



522-52t 

5251 

5252 



5«2 
5U3 

545-519 



56 

561 t 567 

552-31 568 

562 

563 1 568 

565 

565 

5641559 



County and kind of business 



59PT(591) 



59 EX 

592 

593 

59» 

595 

595 

597 

596 

599 



PENOBSCOT COUMY 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 



LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS. 
HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES. 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 
MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOOD) MARKETS . . 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NuT. CONFECTIONERr STORES . . . . 
OTHER FOOD STORES 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS. APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN. S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



Total 
(number) 



FURNITURE I 
TOTAL. . 



HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 



EATING. DRINKING PLACES 



TOTAL. . 
EATING PLACES. 
DRINKING PLACES 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). . . . 
DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 



TOTAL. . . . 
DRUG STORES. . . ■ 
PROPRIETARY STORES 



OTHER RETAIL STORES 



TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES' INCLUDING FEED STORES. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 



NONSTORE RETAILERS* 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



2 570 

477 

2 401 

1 707 



23 568 

13 434 
6 517 
3 617 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



9 338 

1 885 

2 484 

2 202 
282 

3 330 
(D) 
(0) 



4 849 
2 751 
2 098 



19 585 

3 405 

873 

358 

463 

2 583 

1 427 



1 Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, 
e retailers, part of SIC maior group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



7 055 

2 534 

477 



23 508 
13 434 
6 517 
3 557 



Payroll, 
entire 



($1,000) 



3 


444 


1 


829 


9 


190 


1 


379 


2 


434 


2 


202 




232 


i 


206 




(01 




(T) 


^ 


305 


2 


725 


2 


030 


6 


552 


5 


961 




591 


3 


416 


3 


327 




39 


8 


823 


3 


4 05 




685 




358 




(0) 


2 


533 


1 


413 


8 


894 




(01 


2 


685 



2 854 

1 543 

1 023 

288 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



51 500 
30 893 
14 777 
5 93C 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(number) 



8 778 
7 554 
1 224 
5 651 



17 643 
10 197 
7 445 



31 052 

29 530 

1 522 



133 


40 


519 


146 


2 


768 


140 


2 


828 


33 




745 


(f)l 




(01 


177 


2 


86 1 


??4 


3 


945 


180 


23 


082 



Active 
proprie 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-21 



TABLE 5 Counties With 500 Establishments or IVIore: 1963- 



Continued 



County and kind of business 



YORK COUNTY 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL 

LUMBERi BUILDING MATERIALSi HAROKAREi 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING! PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH ISEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STOkES. vegetable MARKETS 

CANDY. NuT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS. EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Witlilield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
•Nonstore retailers, oart of SIC maior group 53. are shown seoaratelv in this table. 



Total 
(numberl 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 

establish 

rrents 

($1,000) 



8 584 
5 320 

979 
1 111 

844 



33 688 
31 707 
873 
355 
251 
502 



1 457 
1 238 
219 
511 
523 
240 



8 910 

8 467 

443 



13 873 
2 569 
424 
93 
349 
915 
540 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



8 332 
5 288 

973 
1 269 

302 



30 838 

29 047 

339 

329 

249 
374 



3 656 
997 
1 421 
1 202 
219 
475 
523 
240 



8 486 

8 079 

407 



3 253 

2 742 

511 



12 763 

2 569 

202 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



2 393 

3 328 

1 884 



43 028 

38 667 

1 375 

555 

916 

1 515 



8 754 

2 481 

3 387 
2 905 

482 
1 172 
1 284 

430 



11 504 
6 571 
4 933 



35 817 
34 306 
1 511 



8 749 
7 741 

1 ooe 



30 012 
2 076 
1 196 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincoT 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



21-22 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLES Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 



SIC 
code 



City and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



522-524 

5251 

5252 



5«2 
5113 
544 
545-549 



55 EX.554 



56 

561 1 567 

562-31 568 

562 

563 1 568 

565 

566 

564 ■ 569 



59PT15911 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

596 

597 

598 

599 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL 

LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIALS. HARDWARE. 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING. PAINTi ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS. FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUTt CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS 

•OMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS' EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE' HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE. RADIO. TELEVISION. MUSIC STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES' SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM. GARDEN SUPPLY STORES. INCLUDING FEED STORES. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 



4 028 

I 883 

471 



8 086 
3 373 
2 604 



3 467 

3 155 

312 



3 994 

1 883 

437 

1 674 



7 772 
3 213 
2 604 



9 951 
3 078 
1 183 
5 690 



525 


50 


224 


34? 


46 


649 


ID) 




(D! 


(D) 




ini 


36 




663 


101 


2 


074 


134 


53 


662 



31 655 
11 010 
15 566 



18 888 
13 111 
5 777 



37 890 
35 532 
2 358 



11 510 

11 051 

459 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



(X) Not applicable. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 7 In-Plant Food Contractors: 1963 



MAINE 21-23 









Establistiments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


Payroll. 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, 15 


Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unmoor 
porated 
businesses 


SIC 
code 


Standard metropolitan statistical aiea and kind ol business 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov 15 








(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,0001 


(dollars) 


(number) 


(number) 




MAINE 




















5.112 PART 


IN-PLAilT FOOD CONTRACTORS, 


TOTAL 


20 


18 


777 


767 


IBt 


3 56<1 


73 


11 




RESTAURANTS, LUNCHROOMS 




5 
9 


5 
9 


81 
58 1 
115 

(D) 


71 
581 


11 
151 


212 

2 795 


5 
59 






CAFETERIAS 












LEWISTON-AUBURN SMSA 


TOTAL 


2 


2 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


(0) 




5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, 


(D) 




RESTAURANTS, LUNCHROOMS 




1 

I 


1 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
CD) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 






CAFETERIAS 












PORTLAND SMSA 






5812 PART 


IN-PLANT FOOD CONTRACTORS, 


TOTAL 


M 


q 


219 


219 


63 


1 171 


21 


. 








2 

2 


2 
2 


(0) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(D) 


(ol 

(0) 


(D) 
(D) 








, . 




REFRESHMENT PLACES 











Standard Notes: - Represents 2 



(0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not i 



(X) Not applicable 



TABLE 8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Military Personnel 

by the U. S. Department of Defense: 1963 

[These data were collected by the Department of Defense and are not included in any of the tabulaltons of the 1963 Census of Business] 



County 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 


Sales 
($1,000) 


Civilian 
payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Civilian 

employees, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(number) 


Civilian payroll, 

workweek 

ended nearest 

Nov. 15 

(dollars) 




TOTAL 


COMMISSARIES 




11 511 

5 5UC 

3 778 

97 

1 506 

2148 

3110 


1 130 

H52 
280 

1 
358 

2 


370 

lUO 
101 
3 
99 
1 
26 


"55 506 

10 712 

5 621 

3U 

8 337 

18 

7811 


7 099 

2 700 

1 856 

2 393 

150 


216 
67 

ue 

101 
26 


119 

18 
8 

23 


5 11116 




2 000 




855 




_ 




2 591 




_ 




_ 








EXCHANGES 


EATItJG AND DRINKING PLACES 




6 278 

2 5111 
1 677 

97 
1 865 

98 


726 

3211 
183 

1 
216 

2 


239 

102 

69 

3 

6a 

1 


15 889 

7 318 
3 692 

3I| 
« 827 

18 


1 1311 

299 
2^5 

250 

3qo 


188 

61 
119 

m 

37 


82 

20 
211 

12 

26 


U 171 




1 3911 




1 07U 




- 




919 




- 




7811 







Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 'Revised. 



21-24 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 inhabitants or IVIore: 1958 





Establishments 


Sales 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 


County and city 


Establishments 


Sales 




County and city 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Total 


With 
payroll 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 




(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 




(number) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


($1,000) 


MAINE, TOTAL 


11 236 


7 736 


1 031 037 


958 903 


97 053 


LIMCOI W COUNTY 


357 


215 


21 589 


19 221 


1 590 














OXFORD county' 


49U 


318 


41 4C9 


37 715 


3 212 


ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. . . . 


961 


662 


97 1470 


90 582 


10 193 


MEXICO TOWN 


57 


25 


2 802 


2 584 


178 




221 
"496 


155 
366 


27 380 
55 219 


25 896 
52 353 


2 737 
6 1477 


NORWAY TOWN 

RUMFORD TOWN 


77 

123 


59 
91 


8 503 
13 402 


8 021 
12 594 




LCWliTON 


1 203 


RtMAINDER OF COUNTV. . . 


217 


lUl 


la 871 


12 333 


979 














LWCRMORt FALLS TOWN . 


70 


a<4 


5 327 


14 615 


1406 


PENOBSCOT COUNTY 


1 192 


882 


136 679 


150 359 


13 455 




1 OIS 
1«9 


712 
123 


101 1463 
21 910 


914 S85 
21 1482 


9 987 
2 175 




1452 
86 
87 


342 
74 
71 


72 827 
10 155 

9 647 


70 565 
9 911 
9 277 










PRESOUE ISLE 


OLD TOWN 


827 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY, . . 


869 


589 


79 553 


73 '403 


6 812 


REMAINDER OF COUJIY. . . 


567 


395 


44 050 


40 606 


3 454 


CARIBOU TOWN 


137 


117 


18 888 


18 588 


2 117 


DEXTER TOWN 


65 


49 


5 059 


4 821 


464 


FORT FAIRFIELD TOWN. . 


75 


53 


7 U81 


6 997 


6614 


LINCOLN TOWN 


67 


49 


7 207 


6 781 


642 


FORT KENT TOWN .... 


72 


56 


7 933 


7 517 


693 


MILLINOCKET TOWN . . . 


61 


43 


7 388 


7 140 


651 


HOULTON TOWN 


lUO 


106 


16 260 


15 720 


1 1465 


ORONO TOWN 


38 


32 


3 686 


5 580 


371 


MADAWASKA TOWN .... 


76 


52 


14 782 


14 318 


380 














VAN BUREN TOWN .... 


514 


32 


14 996 


14 1476 


351 


PISCATAQUIS COUNTY'. . . . 


216 


144 


16 130 


14 614 


1 504 














D0VER-4 0XCR0FI TOWN. . 


61 


45 


6 964 


5 670 


639 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


2 059 


1 1431 


237 278 


2214 7114 


25 1469 














PORTLAND 


1 021 


739 


1145 000 


138 076 


17 379 


SAGADAHOC COUNTY 


2U7 


159 


18 594 


17 116 


1 730 




1514 
li»2 


1014 
102 


18 693 
13 601 


17 699 
12 861 


1 607 
1 2814 




1"45 
102 


109 
50 


15 921 
4 475 


13 153 
3 963 




WESTBROOK 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 


380 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 


7142 


536 


59 9814 


56 078 


5 299 














BRUNSWICK TOWN .... 


187 


1143 


2a 093 


23 097 


2 isa 


SOMERSET COUNTY' 


UU6 


2 96 


52 541 


29 055 


2 465 














FAIRFIELD TOWN .... 


57 


33 


5 2t5 


4 761 


302 


FRANKLIN COUNTY^ 


251 


165 


16 802 


15 2 02 


1 32"4 


MADISON TOWN 


56 


53 


3 530 


2 846 


230 


FARMINOTON TOWN. . . . 


7y 


50 


7 539 


7 169 


733 


PITTSFIELD TOWN. . . . 


5a 


40 


4 413 


4 135 


391 














SKOWHEGAN TOWN .... 


1114 


88 


11 220 


10 934 


1 069 


HANCOCK COUNTY 


530 


3118 


36 569 


33 1483 


2 937 














ELLSWORTH 


99 


75 


13 3U5 


15 031 


1 192 


WALDO COUNTY 


275 


179 


17 791 


15 415 


1 320 




131 
98 


273 

so 


23 22U 

6 395 


2 1452 
6 199 


1 7U5 
633 




123 

152 


95 
84 


10 799 
6 992 


10 211 
5 204 


946 




REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 


374 














WASHINGTON COUNTY 


1467 


293 


29 751 


26 085 


2 118 




1 005 
271 
109 


679 
191 
71 


100 803 
30 855 
JO 1514 


914 275 

29 231 

9 370 


9 388 

3 112 

863 




93 

50 
324 


71 
28 
194 


9 446 
2 165 
19 140 


8 022 
1 785 
16 278 






EASTPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 




GARDINER 


1 157 


HALLOWELL 


45 


27 


« 205 


3 819 


302 














WATERVILLE 


288 


212 


37 363 


55 853 


3 855 


YORK COUNTY 


1 365 


941 


92 831 


34 663 


8 573 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 


292 


178 


18 226 


16 000 


1 256 


8IDDEF0RD 


293 


221 


26 662 


25 280 


2 583 




35 


25 


2 869 


2 757 


271 




97 
975 


69 
651 


7 026 
59 143 


6 612 
52 771 


615 




REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 


5 375 


KNOX COUNTY 


370 


262 


33 737 


31 521 


3 008 


KENNEBUNK TOWN .... 


72 


62 


7 166 


6 998 


726 


ROCKLAND 


152 


120 


18 050 


17 14114 


1 808 


KITTERY TOWN 


75 


53 


7 566 


7 102 


867 


REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . . 


218 


1«2 


15 687 


114 107 


1 200 


OLD ORCHARD BEACH TOWN 


134 


98 


4 257 


3 781 


347 


CAMD.:n TOWN 


59 


149 


7 q06 


7 078 


600 


SANFORD TOWN 


177 


129 


15 859 


14 493 


1 499 



.Slandaid Notes: - Repiesenls zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Theie aie no cities in this county. Places shown ate towns. 



TABLE 10 Standard IVIetropolitan Statistical Areas.- 1958 







1 Data a 


e based on 1964 SMSA definitions] 














Kifid of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 








LEfllSTON-AUBURN SMSA 




PORT 


LAND SMSA 






763 

35 
34 

184 
48 
64 

52 

49 
155 

18 
105 

41 


551 

21 
22 
122 

40 
44 

46 
59 
101 
18 
85 
15 


86 413 

3 100 
9 672 

22 624 
15 569 

4 874 

6 630 

2 785 

3 956 
1 816 

15 591 
1 976 


81 653 

2 688 
9 460 
20 656 
15 375 

4 194 

6 498 
2 703 

5 620 
1 816 

12 731 
1 712 


1 520 

64 
54 

373 
65 

134 

115 
85 

256 
54 

257 
83 


1 082 

48 
42 

223 
49 

104 

91 

63 
216 

50 
167 

29 


186 988 

7 400 
22 234 
47 175 
29 375 
(D) 

14 684 

(D) 

9 916 

5 850 

31 409 
4 335 


(C) 


52 

53 PART. 
54 


LUMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDWE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROU" STORES* 


7 128 
22 030 
42 917 












(D) 


56 




14 090 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EJUIPMENT STORES 


8 252 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


50 Oil 






(D) 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
'Nonsloie relailers, part of SIC majoi group S3, ate shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MAINE 21-25 



TABLE 11 Counties with 500 Establishments or More: 1958 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 
code 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(number) 


With 
payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 






ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY 


AROOSTOCK COUNTY 




96H 

52 
2U2 
59 
85 

62 

57 
16a 

22 
128 

16 


662 

29 
31 

116 
17 
53 

52 
15 
122 
22 
96 
16 


97 170 

1 010 
10 613 
26 615 
16 111 

5 831 

6 956 
3 133 

1 525 

2 063 
15 203 

2 017 


90 582 

3 758 
10 315 
23 663 
16 191 

1 679 

6 728 

2 989 

1 081 

2 063 
(D) 
(D) 


1 018 

79 
67 
252 
73 
96 

96 

56 
107 

27 
121 

21 


712 

61 

i2^i 

69 
76 

80 
10 
93 
27 
82 
7 


101 163 

7 912 

11 919 
26 188 
20 793 

6 971 

6 022 
3 292 
3 136 
2 332 

12 081 
815 




52 

53 PART* 


LUMBEIR, BLDG MATLS , HDWE , FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


7 520 
11 029 






20 639 


55PT(55H) 








5 676 


57 


rURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


3 061 
2 966 


59Pt(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


2 332 
11 311 






713 










CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


HANCOCK COUNTY 




2 059 

89 
86 
U95 
101 

2m 

137 
107 
315 

62 
325 

98 


1 181 

63 
68 
311 

83 
170 

111 
81 

285 
58 

215 
36 


235 101 

10 683 
25 738 
59 176 
39 615 

11 176 

15 955 
8 187 

11 131 
6 762 

37 120 
5 656 


222 510 

10 225 
25 122 
51 252 
39 315 
12 760 

15 261 
7 703 

10 532 
6 611 

35 390 
5 016 


530 

22 
59 
126 
25 
53 

28 
19 
78 
13 
92 
15 


318 

16 
29 
81 
23 
31 

18 
13 
60 
11 
62 
1 


36 569 

1 936 

2 727 
11 885 

5 516 
2 587 

1 085 
710 

1 667 
892 

7 291 
210 


33 183 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDWE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


1 898 
1 951 

11 021 






(D) 


55PT(55U) 




2 051 




911 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


688 
1 517 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(0) 
6 960 






(D) 










KENNEBEC COUNTY 


PENOBSCOT COUNTY 




I 005 

51 

52 

268 
71 
98 

6H 

56 
112 

27 
lUl 

35 


679 

37 
11 
111 
53 
80 

18 
10 
100 
25 
99 
9 


100 803 

7 315 

10 160 
27 763 
15 188 

7 557 

6 911 
3 800 

1 211 

2 228 

11 150 
1 187 


91 273 

7 169 
10 020 
21 617 
15 231 

7 091 

6 723 
3 182 
3 580 

(D) 
13 101 

(D) 


1 192 

63 

296 
87 
129 

81 
56 

161 
10 

151 
15 


882 

55 
19 

186 
63 

115 

77 

12 
131 

36 
106 

17 


136 679 

6 213 

17 856 
35 631 
21 713 

9 710 

7 852 

1 833 
5 557 
3 251 

18 188 

2 182 


130 359 


52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDWE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


6 185 
17 006 
32 799 






21 289 


55PT(55a) 


GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 


9 116 
7 781 


57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


1 673 
5 181 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


3 151 
17 81C 






2 032 












YORK COUNTY 












1 365 

62 
65 

310 
68 

138 

98 

77 
261 

10 
210 

33 


911 

12 

17 
206 
51 
91 

71 
15 

198 
38 

131 
9 


92 631 

6 987 
1 977 

26 616 
13 562 
8 116 

1 510 
3 250 

7 171 

2 996 
11 636 

507 


61 663 

6 665 

6 563 
26 028 
13 JIB 

7 066 

1 090 

2 761 
6 171 

(D) 

10 132 

(D) 




52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BLDG MATLS, HDWE, FARM EQUIP. DEALERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 






















57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 




59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 

















Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available 
'Nonstoie retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table 



21-26 MAINE 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 12 Cities with 500 Establishments or More: 1958 





Kind of business 


Establishments 


Sales 


SIC 

code 


Total 
(number) 


With 

payroll 

(number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 






PORTLAND 




1 021 

32 
31 
2119 
16 
79 

91 

65 
171 

33 
174 

50 


739 

28 
27 
119 
33 
63 

71 

49 
141 

31 
120 

22 


142 826 

5 032 
20 924 
31 053 
24 259 

5 520 

12 451 

5 384 

6 295 
4 072 

24 527 
3 309 




52 

53 PART* 


LUMBER, BLDG MATLi, HOWEl, FARM EQJIP. DEALtRS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


a 982 
20 836 


55 £X.55a 












56 






57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, EQUIPMENT STORES 


5 062 


59PT(591) 


DRUG STORES, PROPRIETARY STORES 


(0) 


53 PART* 




(D) 







standard Notes: - Represents zero, (D) Withheld to avoid disclosuie. (NA) Not available. (X) Nnt agplicatile. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maioi group 53, are shown separately in this table 



Maryland 



CONTENTS 

[Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 22-, which appears as part of number for each page.) 

page 

State Map 3 

Chart on Retail Sales: 1958 and 1963 4 

TABLE 1 The State: 1963 and 1958 5 

2 The State: 1963 6 

3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1963 8 

4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 12 

5 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 16 

6 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1963 25 

7 InPlant Food Contractors: 1963 27 

8 Commissaries, Exchanges, and Eating and Drinking Places Operated for Mili- 

tary Personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense: 1963 27 

9 Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More: 1958 28 

10 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1958 28 

11 Counties With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 29 

12 Cities With 500 Establishments or More: 1958 30 




22-3 



1958 



State total 




1963 



EACH SYMBOL 



5% CHANGE 






MARYLAND Retail Trade: 1958 and 1963 

SALES IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 

Lumber, BIdg. Materials, Farm ^ ]sn 
Equip., Hardware Dealers pi 188 

#5% 

General Merchandise 
Group Stores 

Food Stores 



Automotive Dealers 



237,061,C 



Gasoline Service ^=227 

Stations |HSi8_£_ 



Apparel, ^^183 

Accessory Stores l^^^^_^ . 

Furniture, Home Furnishings, ^ 139 

Equipment Stores iB_162 




Eating, Drinking Places 



^= 281 



Drug Stores, N 140 
Proprietary Stores ^1 178 

#####^27% 



Other Retail Stores 



Nonstore Retailers 



^^3 04 
|BBl353 



127 
115 



##-10% 

1958 1963 

1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census y^ 



22-4 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 22-5 



TABLE 1 The state: 1963 and 1958 



SIC 
code 



521 

522-524 
5251 
5252 



511 

5«1 

51*2 

543 

544 

545-549 



56 

561 '567 

562-3i568 

562 

563 1568 

565 

555 

554 1569 



59 EX.591 

592 

593 

594 

595 

595 

597 

598 

599 



Kind of business 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBINGi PAINT. ELECTRICAL STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EOUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL ■ 

GROCERY STORES! INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS! FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES! VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY! NUT! CONFECTIONERY STORES 

OTHER FOOD STORES i . . . 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 
TOTAL ; 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
TOTAL • 

APPAREL! ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL • 

MEN'S! BOYS' APPAREL STORES' CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING! SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY! SPECIALTY STORES! FURRIERS. . . 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

OTHER APPAREL! ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS! EOUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE! HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE! RADIO! TELEVISION! MUSIC STORES 



EATING! DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES • 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL • 

DRUG STORES ; 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL ; 

LIQUOR STORES • 

ANTIQUE STORES! SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK! STATIONERY STORES. ... 

SPORTING GOODS STORESi BICYCLE SHOPS 

FARM! GARDEN SUPPLY STOKESi INCLUDING FEED STORES 

JEWELRY STORES • 

FUEL! ICE DEALERS ; 

OTHER STORES 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 
TOTAL 



Total 
(number) 



1 505 
323 

517 
361 
156 
195 
385 
85 



1 154 
579 
475 



5 115 
3 037 
2 078 



3 231 
815 
356 
114 
152 
183 
262 
327 

1 022 



With 
payroll 



3 002 

2 047 

189 



4 255 
2 531 
1 634 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



2 381 
699 
178 



187 673 

108 103 

11 061 

37 242 

31 257 



616 812 
459 861 
91 153 
65 798 



020 560 

938 555 

21 259 

5 495 

11 359 

42 882 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



220 994 
49 207 
81 732 
69 497 
12 235 
31 492 
48 823 
9 740 



161 807 
105 710 
55 097 



337 089 
232 715 
104 374 



825 


178 278 


177 596 


755 


172 908 


172 420 


70 


5 370 


5 275 



353 378 
108 504 
12 948 

8 481 

9 570 
62 837 
26 986 
66 121 
57 831 



183 515 

107 235 

10 311 

34 712 

31 257 



514 882 
459 861 
90 869 
54 152 



961 238 
889 977 
18 559 
5 023 
5 485 
41 094 



217 916 
48 571 
81 210 
69 201 
12 009 
30 506 
47 999 
9 632 



157 521 
103 266 
54 255 



324 733 
227 511 
97 222 



335 686 
102 540 
11 388 

7 943 

8 382 

52 323 
25 784 
54 785 

53 541 



Establishments 



Total 
(number) 



26 150 



1 191 
514 
577 



5 478 
3 223 
2 255 



3 284 

707 
318 



258 

309 

356 

1 085 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



1 351 
299 
465 
350 



4 180 
2 549 
1 531 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



179 571 

109 773 

10 568 

33 957 

25 273 



355 523 
247 872 
58 989 
48 662 



10 930 
13 292 
38 499 



182 843 
40 289 
55 426 



138 862 
83 374 
55 488 



281 137 
175 545 
105 591 



139 943 

135 180 

4 753 



303 518 
79 158 
11 010 
9 412 
7 600 
50 783 
25 541 
65 065 
45 048 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



172 929 

108 539 

9 445 

30 057 

24 887 



355 581 
247 872 
68 023 
39 786 



816 159 
736 195 

(M 

5 752 
7 528 
33 393 



177 509 

38 861 

64 244 

55 549 

8 695 
29 597 
35 311 

9 495 



134 054 
80 844 
53 210 



259 511 
165 508 
93 903 



138 603 

134 072 

4 531 



284 795 
74 852 
9 408 
9 005 
6 750 
59 715 
24 075 
62 570 
38 310 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 

"Data not provided because establishments with no payroll are classified only at the next broader kind-of-business level. 
Comparable data not available because of change in kind-of-business definition. 



22-6 MARYLAND 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 2, 



The State: 1963 



SIC 
code 



53 PART* 
531 
533 
539 



512 



5«3 

51'* 

5145 

546 

5162 

5163 

5"t9 



55 EX.55U 



553 
559 



562-3 I 561 
562 

563i568 
553 



RETAIL TRADEi TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILDING MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATINGi PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 
PilNTi GLASS' WALLPAPER STORES . . • 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 



TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 
GENERAL MERCBANOIiE STORES . 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES. . 



FOOD STORES 



TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS. 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOODI MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES . . . . 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING . . . . 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUF ACTUS ING. . . 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS' NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY' ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT' MARINE' AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT' BOAT' MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 



Total 
(number) 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL' ACCESSORY STORES 



TOTAL 

MEN'S' BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 
CUSTOM TAILORS 



WOMEN'S CLOTHING' SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READy-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY' SPECIALTY STORES' FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET' LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL' ACCESSORY' OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS' FUR SHOPS 



FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' JUVENILES' SHOE STORES . . 
FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S' INFANTS' WEAR STORES . . . . 
MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES. 



23 901 



1 506 
323 
285 



With 
payroll 



(number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



360 
283 
269 



167 673 

76 132 

31 971 

2 937 

7 12« 

1 000 

37 2«2 

31 267 



516 812 
459 861 
91 153 



020 560 

938 555 

15 757 

4 502 

5 495 

11 359 
19 075 
17 775 

12 020 
5 755 
4 985 
1 047 



761 211 

634 402 

517 705 

20 390 

96 307 

53 585 

36 249 

11 652 

25 313 

13 538 

10 635 

1 040 



220 994 
49 207 
48 333 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



81 


73P 


69 


497 


12 


235 


1 


473 




820 




339 


7 


178 


2 


425 


31 


492 


46 


823 


J 


029 



4 105 709 



183 515 

75 008 

31 227 

2 857 

6 495 
958 

34 712 

31 257 



459 851 

90 869 

59 737 

3 537 

778 



961 238 

889 977 

14 787 

3 872 
5 023 
5 485 

18 741 
17 251 
11 744 
5 517 

4 089 
1 003 



756 179 

634 402 

517 705 

20 390 

96 307 

50 027 

35 757 

11 662 

24 331 

13 202 

10 157 

972 



217 918 

48 571 

47 935 

636 

el 210 

69 201 
12 009 

1 459 
784 
(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



30 


506 


47 


999 


3 


029 


11 


143 


1 


937 


31 


890 


9 


228 




404 



23 570 
9 557 

3 972 
577 

1 117 
220 

4 761 
3 266 



87 067 
65 089 
14 316 



80 105 

70 655 

1 399 

397 

355 

858 

1 868 

4 012 

3 200 

812 

338 

221 



72 788 
59 530 
48 299 
2 662 
8 569 

4 014 

5 551 

1 494 

2 189 
1 412 

682 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



4 146 
6 975 

620 
1 810 

322 
4 223 

873 



437 997 
170 630 
78 525 
10 673 
21 631 
3 555 
92 787 
60 185 



1 741 126 

1 309 946 

268 502 

150 739 

9 969 



1 97 



1 555 749 

1 383 895 

26 216 

7 418 

5 825 

18 040 

35 342 

76 427 

62 307 



371 286 
113 506 
893 733 
52 615 
167 158 
63 602 
106 066 
30 007 
35 105 
22 530 
11 955 
1 620 



584 100 

140 960 

137 446 

3 514 

218 297 
187 308 
30 989 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 



5 535 

2 034 

893 



32 865 
23 658 
6 627 
2 340 



10 440 

8 503 

477 

1 460 



10 257 
1 975 
1 937 



4 259 

3 530 

529 



78 403 


1 542 


126 514 


2 055 


12 Oil 


153 


34 452 


518 


6 640 


78 


75 501 


1 307 


17 108 


401 


718 


24 



StaniJard Notes; - Represents zero. (0) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC major group 53. are shown separately in this table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 22-7 



TABLE 2. The State: 1963-Continued 



Total 
(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 


Active 


employees. 


proprie- 


workweek 


tors of 


ended 


unincor- 


nearest 


porated 


Nov. 15 


businesses 



FURNITURE. HOME FURMSHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITURE. HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DR4PERY. CURTAIN. UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINA. GLASSWARE. METALHARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RADIO. TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATING. DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTS. LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES! 

DRUG STORES. PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES. SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIQUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOK. STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAY. GRAIN. FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEKELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND HOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEKS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS 

CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORES 

GIFT. NOVELTY. SOUVENIR SHOPS 

OPTICAL GOODS STORES 

TYPEWRITER STORES 

LUGGAGE. LEATHER GOODS STORES 

HOBBY. TOY. GAME SHOPS 

RELIGIOUS GOODS STORES 

PET SHOPS 

OTHER. . 

NONSTORE RETAILERS* 

TOTAL 

MAIL-ORDER HOUSES 

MERCHANDISE VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS 

DIRECT SELLING (HOUSE-TO-HOUSE) ORGANIZATIONS. . . 



3 231 
815 
356 
126 

230 
HI 
t9 



1 777 
138 
623 



2 381 
699 
178 



161 807 

105 710 

82 276 

13 9U7 

« 381 

1 698 

3 408 

36 528 

10 09« 

9 1175 



337 089 
232 715 
160 075 
17 294 
44 060 
11 286 
104 374 



178 278 

172 908 

5 370 



353 378 
108 604 
12 948 
1 629 
11 319 
8 481 
3 351 



571 
48 357 
11 322 

3 158 
26 986 
66 121 

5 689 

1 290 
45 234 
13 908 

11 521 

2 223 

3 352 
5 678 

5 583 
9 523 
1 034 
1 200 
9 522 

832 
666 

6 697 



115 047 

28 315 

32 207 

54 525 



157 521 

103 266 

80 644 

13 701 

4 123 

1 504 
3 294 

35 796 

9 402 

9 057 

2 577 
6 480 



324 733 
227 511 
156 379 
17 222 
42 696 
11 214 
97 222 



177 696 

172 420 

5 276 



336 686 

102 540 

11 388 

655 

10 733 

7 943 

3 143 

4 800 

8 382 
7 903 

479 
47 983 

11 182 
3 158 

25 784 
64 785 

5 625 
874 

44 494 
13 792 

10 683 

2 023 

2 754 

5 402 

5 055 

9 247 
918 

1 200 

9 300 

794 

546 

5 619 



24 786 

17 162 

13 392 

2 242 

786 

227 

515 

4 785 

1 475 

1 364 

329 

1 035 



70 579 
55 365 
37 752 
6 142 
8 529 
2 942 
15 214 



26 164 

25 548 

616 



73 

3 444 
683 
471 

4 396 
9 014 

878 
121 



2 313 
220 
218 
642 
623 

2 766 



171 



468 594 
344 931 
267 676 
48 059 
15 394 
3 884 
9 918 
90 688 
27 653 
25 322 
6 062 
19 260 



384 944 
081 351 
744 307 
104 584 
167 494 
64 966 
303 593 



499 056 

485 255 

13 801 



766 300 
155 773 
41 543 
1 298 
40 245 
22 059 
8 771 

13 288 

19 569 
17 982 

1 587 
61 362 

14 329 
8 573 

83 582 
179 653 
17 498 

2 683 
107 221 

52 251 

43 065 

3 958 

4 266 

11 964 

12 454 
50 505 

2 981 

3 907 
22 965 

1 770 

2 210 
19 812 



5 630 
3 894 
2 966 

456 
233 
71 
168 
1 015 
344 
377 



31 074 

24 675 

17 328 

1 950 

4 216 

1 181 

6 399 



9 281 

8 971 

310 



11 354 

2 791 

660 



767 
455 
278 



2 764 
683 
350 
139 
211 
101 
34 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Wilhiield lo avoid disclosure. (NA) No( availalile. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 



22-8 MARYLAND 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind of-business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



($1,000) 



General 
merchandise 
group stores" 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



669 

1139 
117 



1 398 
318 

1 080 

8 661 

2 800 

136 

213 

588 
148 
440 

399 
117 
282 



1 086 
270 
816 

6 291 

2 218 

102 

111 

348 
120 
228 

299 
95 
204 

264 



4 237 061 

114 241 
71 634 
10 298 
4 034 
28 275 

267 644 
69 129 
198 515 

1 316 945 

577 992 

14 425 

19 822 

64 482 
27 076 
37 406 

44 622 
21 107 
23 515 



125 
423 



190 

140 
76 
64 

1 343 
40 
156 
24 

1 123 

1 541 



19 



30 501 
23 936 

6 565 

92 751 

4 805 
61 960 
25 986 

20 736 

87 510 
20 145 
30 602 

12 872 
23 891 

38 584 

22 521 
14 831 

7 690 

583 464 
10 028 
74 747 

5 369 
493 320 

512 221 

13 475 

8 031 
2 553 



620 

1 093 
6 083 

50 394 
31 959 

2 594 
12 168 
11 087 

8 403 

(Dl 



53 300 

43 954 
9 346 



4 105 709 

109 671 
69 776 
9 556 
3 826 
26 513 

259 974 
67 823 
192 151 

1 268 191 

565 150 

13 449 

17 692 

59 640 
26 270 
33 370 

42 678 
20 515 
22 163 



MARYLAND 1 TOTAL. . . 

ALLEGANY COUNTY 

CUMBERLAND 

FROSTBURG 

*ESTERNPORT 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. . . 

ANNAPOLIS 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

BALTIMORE 

BALTIMORE COUNTY .... 

CALVERT COUNTY 

CAROLINE COUNTY 

CARROLL COUNTY 

WESTMINSTER 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

CECIL COUNTY 

ELKTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

CHARLES COUNTY 

DORCHESTER COUNTY. . . . 

CAMBRIDGE 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

FREDERICK COUNTY .... 

BRUNSWICK 

FREDERICK 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

GARRETT COUNTY 

HARFORD COUNTY 

ABERDEEN 

BEL AIR 

HAvRE DE GRACE .... 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

HOWARD COUNTY 

KENT COUNTY 

CHESTERTOWN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. . . . 

GAITHERSBURG 

ROCKVILLE 

TAKOMA PARK (PARTI^ . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY. . 

BLADENSBURG 

BRENTWOOD 

CAPITOL HEIGHTS. . . . 

CARROLLTON 

CHEVERLY 

COLLEGE PARK 

DISTRICT HEIGHTS . . . 

FOREST HEIGHTS .... 

GREENBELT 

HYATTSVILLE 

LAUREL 

MT RAINIER 

RIVERDALE 

SEAT PLEASANT 

TAKOMA PARK (PART I ^ . . 

UNIVERSITY PARK. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

OUEEN ANNES COUNTY . . . 

ST MARYS COUNTY 

SOMERSET COUNTY 

CRISFIELO 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

TALBOT COUNTY 

EASTON 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. . 

Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Nol available. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC major group 53, are shown separately in this table. 
'Takoma Park is in Montgomery and Prince Georges counties. 



27 715 
22 322 
5 393 



19 232 

83 754 
19 743 
30 190 
12 632 
21 189 

36 530 

21 101 
14 463 
6 638 

578 810 

9 936 

74 057 

5 213 

489 604 

505 661 



469 

24 224 

614 

1 093 
6 045 

50 050 
31 715 

2 542 
12 082 
11 043 

8 397 

(D) 



51 636 
43 644 
7 992 



12 537 

8 191 

1 103 
373 

2 870 

32 096 

8 232 

23 864 

176 280 

67 566 

1 392 

1 736 

6 317 

2 948 

3 369 

4 238 

1 977 

2 261 



3 087 

2 622 

465 

9 911 
547 

7 346 
2 018 

1 987 

8 945 

2 145 

3 212 

1 320 

2 268 

4 005 

2 060 

1 421 

639 

67 610 
928 

8 194 

553 

57 935 



67 

175 

539 
5 416 
3 673 

282 
1 297 
1 108 

854 



9 835 997 

249 649 
163 426 

20 241 
7 232 

58 950 

621 644 
158 999 
462 645 

3 469 749 

1 316 368 

26 565 

34 014 

121 213 
S3 500 
67 713 

79 481 
36 856 
42 625 



55 496 
46 892 
8 604 

188 884 

10 179 

140 906 

37 799 

38 303 

169 726 

40 561 
58 012 
25 075 
46 078 

61 148 

41 598 

28 569 
13 029 

1 311 228 

19 537 
158 514 

10 306 
1 122 871 

1 167 130 

29 239 
21 438 

4 640 
(D> 

1 619 

63 729 

1 664 

3 362 

11 697 
103 433 

70 416 

5 296 
24 942 

20 345 
16 135 

(D) 



25 251 
9 669 
15 582 

91 060 
75 770 
15 290 



10 001 
2 515 
7 486 



1 989 
929 

1 060 

1 390 
627 
763 



166 

2 294 

669 



669 
622 

619 
475 
753 



648 
421 
227 

17 880 

284 

2 277 

146 

15 171 

17 545 
426 
220 



431 

1 171 

479 
197 
282 

1 360 

1 122 

238 



808 
390 
116 



519 
110 
409 



10 

2 
7 


549 
671 
678 


27 


160 


20 


774 


1 


281 


2 


335 


6 
2 
3 


410 
693 
717 



3 326 

2 052 
1 274 

10 737 
342 

4 717 

5 678 

1 295 

7 020 

1 298 

2 356 
197 

3 167 

1 437 

2 572 
1 741 

631 

30 399 
1 660 

6 114 



(01 

12 308 

2 788 

2 919 

929 
227 
702 

2 349 

1 745 

604 



AREA STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 22-9 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 

















Kind-of-business 


group -continued 


















Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinking 
places 


Drug Stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonstore 
retailers • 


E 


Estab 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab- 




Estab 




^ 


lish- 


Sales 


llsh- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


lish- 


Sales 


^ 


ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 




ments 






(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No,) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




5 101 


1 020 560 


1 227 


761 211 


2 677 


284 212 


1 506 


220 994 


1 154 


151 807 


5 115 


337 089 


846 


178 278 


3 231 


353 378 


1 291 


115 047 


1 


191 


32 141 


65 


18 994 


105 


8 216 


59 


8 948 


41 


4 745 


191 


5 858 


25 


4 000 


108 


7 200 


15 


954 


2 


87 


15 997 


41 


15 021 


38 


3 201 


36 


7 240 


29 


4 175 


73 


2 505 


17 


2 822 


70 


4 756 


9 


529 


3 


21 


2 864 


7 


2 396 


15 


939 


8 


521 


5 


354 


33 


612 


4 


377 


17 


1 080 


- 






10 


2 677 


2 


(01 


a 


489 


1 


ID) 


. 


- 


8 


318 


1 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


. 


_ 


5 


73 


10 603 


15 


ID) 


48 


3 587 


14 


(D) 


7 


215 


77 


2 333 


3 


(D) 


19 


ID) 


6 


335 


5 


240 


63 082 


79 


45 807 


204 


20 649 


77 


10 317 


55 


7 098 


341 


25 462 


54 


10 578 


172 


17 829 


68 


5 750 


7 


50 


15 024 


18 


15 023 


27 


2 438 


34 


3 753 


17 


3 045 


53 


4 414 


16 


3 495 


50 


6 791 


10 


1 895 


8 


190 


48 058 


61 


29 784 


177 


18 211 


43 


5 554 


39 


4 053 


278 


21 048 


38 


7 082 


112 


11 038 


58 


3 855 


9 


2 304 


269 561 


275 


229 751 


550 


53 199 


588 


80 457 


352 


65 400 


2 174 


135 524 


358 


59 065 


1 154 


108 380 


440 


58 770 


10 


436 


163 966 


143 


81 592 


405 


45 850 


175 


28 842 


146 


17 930 


566 


48 902 


114 


27 344 


385 


35 123 


216 


13 439 


11 


33 


3 963 


9 


3 451 


18 


1 262 


4 


227 


3 


120 


30 


1 213 


3 


ID) 


16 


1 570 


1 


ID) 


12 


62 


5 802 


22 


2 714 


27 


1 303 


12 


656 


11 


627 


27 


583 


7 


524 


37 


4 012 


12 


327 


13 


109 


16 039 


37 


12 235 


74 


5 578 


15 


2 158 


29 


2 347 


73 


2 923 


12 


2 040 


85 


9 451 


95 


2 490 


14 


24 


7 761 


11 


6 352 


15 


1 668 


10 


1 859 


10 


928 


25 


1 124 


a 


1 154 


22 


1 124 


10 


985 


15 


85 


8 278 


26 


5 883 


59 


3 910 


'' 


299 


19 


1 419 


48 


1 799 


8 


886 


63 


8 327 


86 


1 504 


15 


64 


10 253 


37 


9 955 


68 


5 718 


12 


737 


11 


902 


105 


4 845 


12 


924 


35 


3 091 


15 


880 


17 


17 


4 981 


12 


4 334 


21 


2 307 


8 


561 


5 


542 


28 


1 484 


2 


ID) 


13 


1 312 


2 


ID) 


18 


47 


5 272 


25 


5 521 


47 


3 411 


" 


75 


5 


360 


78 


3 352 


10 


(D) 


22 


1 779 


13 


(D) 


19 


55 


10 938 


22 


9 524 


49 


5 376 


7 


445 


6 


444 


100 


7 983 


9 


1 258 


41 


4 529 


3 


25 


20 


84 


9 399 


17 


4 897 


28 


1 545 


24 


1 356 


10 


953 


38 


1 231 


7 


767 


26 


2 690 


7 


418 


21 


35 


5 648 


14 


<D) 


17 


1 170 


21 


1 276 


10 


953 


21 


826 


5 


(D) 


20 


2 578 


3 


ID) 


22 


49 


3 751 


3 


ID) 


11 


475 


3 


80 


- 


- 


17 


405 


2 


ID) 


5 


112 


« 


(D) 


23 


125 


21 958 


47 


15 107 


78 


6 200 


43 


4 537 


36 


4 971 


112 


5 015 


14 


2 840 


121 


10 819 


29 


1 375 


24 


7 


1 331 


2 


(D) 


4 


155 


2 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


4 


62 


2 


ID) 


10 


1 074 


7 


139 


25 


49 


15 668 


32 


11 280 


43 


3 331 


37 


4 232 


25 


3 425 


66 


3 033 


8 


2 406 


55 


5 990 


11 


852 


25 


69 


4 969 


13 


(0) 


31 


2 714 


4 


(0) 


9 


(0) 


42 


1 921 


4 


ID) 


55 


3 755 


11 


374 


27 


55 


5 569 


21 


6 258 


28 


1 150 


5 


741 


8 


882 


47 


1 155 


4 


ID) 


23 


2 369 


2 


(D) 


28 


84 


21 050 


49 


20 600 


95 


7 590 


30 


3 292 


30 


3 894 


93 


4 885 


17 


2 506 


85 


9 274 


54 


3 815 


29 


6 


4 212 


9 


5 000 


14 


1 405 


5 


582 


4 


375 


20 


1 700 


3 


338 


15 


3 432 


5 


1 350 


30 


10 


8 325 


9 


8 943 


15 


1 408 


12 


1 909 


9 


2 031 


13 


653 


3 


ID) 


20 


1 852 


1 


ID) 


31 


17 


4 772 


5 


1 398 


15 


1 045 


9 


559 


10 


473 


17 


632 


6 


884 


11 


957 


10 


1 403 


32 


51 


3 741 


25 


5 259 


51 


3 831 


4 


132 


7 


1 014 


43 


1 890 


5 


ID) 


39 


3 023 


38 


(D) 


33 


52 


9 560 


25 


12 240 


47 


3 737 


7 


426 


3 


383 


64 


4 034 


9 


1 492 


31 


3 239 


17 


733 


34 


51 


6 094 


10 


2 773 


18 


1 179 


8 


664 


11 


565 


34 


1 057 


3 


ID) 


44 


5 955 


1 


(D) 


35 


19 


3 958 


7 


2 283 


7 


627 


8 


654 


6 


421 


15 


414 


2 


ID) 


20 


10) 


- 


. 


36 


32 


2 136 


3 


490 


11 


552 


- 


- 


5 


144 


19 


653 


1 


(D) 


24 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


37 


222 


137 717 


87 


131 831 


197 


35 949 


140 


31 388 


143 


23 364 


274 


28 271 


54 


24 945 


258 


33 755 


106 


12 176 


38 


12 


3 269 


4 


1 868 


6 


657 


1 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


8 


533 


1 


ID) 


3 


1 245 


2 


ID) 


39 


29 


19 865 


18 


20 225 


17 


3 494 


18 


2 970 


15 


4 564 


29 


2 949 


7 


2 978 


24 


5 341 


11 


830 


40 


9 


1 465 


1 


ID) 


5 


893 


_ 


- 


7 


292 


6 


89 


2 


ID) 


5 


330 


2 


(D) 


41 


172 


113 116 


54 


ID) 


168 


30 905 


121 


ID) 


119 


ID) 


231 


24 700 


54 


21 423 


225 


25 848 


91 


11 296 


42 


300 


152 084 


107 


86 545 


295 


40 620 


122 


23 099 


91 


10 445 


320 


34 879 


72 


27 581 


251 


33 596 


97 


8 388 


43 


6 


5 081 


3 


ID) 


10 


1 302 


3 


345 


8 


863 


5 


485 


2 


ID) 


8 


711 


1 


ID) 


44 


4 


1 407 


5 


3 889 


3 


335 


_ 


- 


1 


(D) 


7 


1 696 


- 


- 


3 


251 


2 


ID) 


45 


12 

1 


1 229 

(ul 


- 


- 


2 
1 


ID) 
(D) 


- 


; 


2 


(D) 


4 


ID] 


1 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


46 
47 






1 


ID) 






_ 


. 


. 


- 


4 


313 


- 


. 


3 


154 


6 


(D) 


48 


7 


(dT 


6 


ID) 


15 


2 124 


8 


765 


4 


249 


18 


2 524 


3 


ID) 


14 


2 249 


1 


ID) 


49 


2 


ID) 


- 


- 


1 


(D) 


1 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


2 


ID) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


(0) 


50 


1 


101 


. 


. 


2 


ID) 


. 


. 


. 


. 


3 


567 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


51 


5 


(D) 


. 


. 


2 


(D) 


. 


- 


2 


(D) 


1 


ID) 


1 


(D) 


2 


(D) 


. 


(0) 


52 


19 


3 479 


11 


38 985 


10 


1 435 


4 


1 040 


6 


225 


16 


1 489 


3 


ID) 


18 


1 626 


3 


ID) 


53 


12 


7 739 


17 


11 104 


12 


1 813 


10 


1 498 


11 


830 


19 


1 710 


4 


1 539 


20 


2 673 


7 


77 


54 


10 


1 534 


- 


- 


- 


(D) 


- 


- 


1 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


1 


ID) 


5 


157 


55 


10 


4 642 


3 


(D) 


9 


1 881 


. 


- 


- 


- 


12 


741 


2 


ID) 


5 


1 112 


7 


107 


56 


6 


7 463 


2 


(D) 


9 


898 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


357 


2 


(D) 


3 


ID) 


- 


- 


57 


5 


(Dl 






2 


(0) 


; 




2 


(D) 


1 

1 


ID) 
ID) 


1 


(D) 


2 


ID) 


; 


; 


58 

59 


200 


102 083 


59 


17 720 


217 


28 760 


95 


(0) 


53 


7 246 


222 


24 444 


52 


19 981 


170 


23 567 


61 


(0) 


60 


27 


2 594 


7 


1 168 


29 


2 102 


4 


104 


6 


288 


27 


662 


4 


301 


31 


3 467 


13 


782 


51 


62 


9 537 


24 


8 170 


39 


3 050 


21 


1 371 


17 


2 412 


86 


3 551 


4 


1 099 


27 


2 246 


17 


298 


62 


99 


6 133 


17 


2 649 


31 


1 517 


9 


597 


9 


579 


29 


582 


6 


540 


29 


4 785 


10 


395 


63 


39 


2 546 


6 


734 


9 


375 


5 


295 


5 


210 


8 


158 


3 


328 


12 


431 


5 


291 


64 


60 


3 587 


11 


1 915 


22 


1 241 


4 


302 


4 


369 


21 


514 


3 


312 


17 


4 354 


5 


104 


65 


44 


8 257 


18 


7 801 


42 


2 331 


26 


2 995 


15 


1 824 


35 


1 231 


7 


1 587 


54 


22 755 


9 


354 


66 


IB 


5 123 


13 


6 837 


18 


1 289 


24 


ID) 


11 


987 


15 


946 


5 


(D) 


31 


20 259 


2 


ID) 


57 


26 


2 134 


5 


964 


24 


I 042 


2 


ID) 


4 


837 


20 


285 


2 


ID) 


23 


2 507 


7 


ID) 


58 



22-10 MARYLAND 



RETAIL TRADE 



TABLE 3 Counties; Cities of 2,500 



County and city 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. . . 

H4GERST0WN 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WICOMICO COUNTY. . . . 

SALISBURY 

REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 

WORCESTER COUNTY . . . 
POCOMOKE CITY. . . . 
REMAINDER OF COUNTY. 



893 
496 
397 

493 
296 
197 



With 
payroll 

(number) 



637 
394 
243 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



129 659 
87 540 
42 119 

83 454 
66 745 
16 709 

42 311 
11 022 
31 289 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



123 877 
85 572 
38 305 

79 366 
65 607 
13 759 

40 131 
10 742 
29 389 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



15 029 
U 295 
3 734 

9 130 
8 042 
1 086 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



284 873 
215 014 
69 859 

173 567 
152 369 
21 198 

77 130 
17 199 
59 931 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(number) 



4 756 
3 513 

1 243 

2 769 

2 421 
348 

1 424 

329 

1 095 



Active 
proprie- 
tors of 
unincor- 
porated 
businesses 

(number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Lumber, building 
matls., hardware, 
farm equip, dealers 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(number) 



Sales 
($1,000) 



11 848 

4 738 

7 110 

5 646 
3 972 
1 674 



General 
merchandise 
group stores " 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withheld lo avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
•Nonstore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown seoaralely in this table. 



Sales 
($1,000) 



18 909 
17 636 
1 273 



AREA STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 22-11 



Inhabitants or More: 1963 continued 



Kmdof-busmess group -continued 




Food stores 


Automotive 
dealers 


Gasoline service 
stations 


Apparel, accessory 
stores 


Furniture, home 

furnishings, 
equipment stores 


Eating, drinliing 
places 


Drug stores, 

proprietary 

stores 


Other retail 
stores 


Nonslore 
retailers • 


1 

E 


Estab- 
lish 
ments 


Sales 


Estab 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Sales 


E 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(No.) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 


(number) 


($1,000) 




193 
80 
113 


26 828 
15 178 
11 650 


52 
28 
2« 


21 346 
16 688 
"t 658 


106 
47 
59 


10 605 
5 374 
5 231 


55 
47 
8 


6 916 

5 955 

961 


58 
30 
28 


5 720 

3 479 
2 241 


179 
105 
74 


8 681 
4 796 
3 885 


19 
14 
5 


3 548 

3 082 

466 


117 
82 
35 


12 259 
7 951 
4 308 


42 
30 
12 


2 999 

2 663 

336 


1 
2 

3 


131 

ue 

83 


18 795 
11 933 
6 862 


32 
23 
9 


17 838 
15 052 
2 786 


78 
34 


5 135 
3 512 
1 623 


36 

34 
2 


8 843 
ID) 

(01 


35 

28 

7 


4 014 

3 691 

323 


69 
43 
26 


3 533 

3 000 

533 


13 
10 

3 


2 639 

2 507 

132 


53 
12 


7 875 
5 478 
2 397 


13 

2 
U 


525 
ID) 
ID) 


5 
6 


81 
11 
70 


9 230 
2 356 
6 87« 


25 

7 
18 


6 945 
2 450 
4 495 


56 

10 
46 


4 030 

1 136 

2 894 


24 
12 

12 


1 876 

1 085 

791 


17 
9 


1 900 

284 

1 616 


100 
8 
92 


4 696 
393 

4 303 


9 

1 

8 


1 147 
(Dl 
(Dl 


47 
10 
37 


6 888 
1 625 
5 063 


8 


121 
75 
46 


7 
8 
9 



22-12 MARYLAND 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963 



SIC 
code 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



Total 

(number) 



With 
payroll 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(dollars) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(number) 



businesses 
(number) 



Consists of Baltimore city and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, and Howard Counties, Md. 



521 

522 
523 
52U 
5251 
5252 



5U2 

5U3 

5«« 

545 

5U6 

5U62 

5163 

549 



55 EX.55U 



562-31 568 



RETAIL TRADE. TOTAL. 



TOTAL 

LUMBER YARDS 

BUILOINO MATERIALS DEALERS 

HEATING. PLUMBING EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

PAINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER STORES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORES 

HARDWARE STORES 

FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 

TOTAL 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

LIMITED PRICE VARIETY STORES 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 

DRY GOODS STORES 

SEWING. NEEDLEWORK STORES 

FOOD STORES 

TOTAL 

GROCERY STORES. INCLUDING DELICATESSENS 

MEAT MARKETS 

FISH (SEAFOOD! MARKETS 

FRUIT STORES. VEGETABLE MARKETS 

CANDY. NUT. CONFECTIONERY STORES 

DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES 

RETAIL BAKERIES 

RETAIL BAKERIES. MANUFACTURING 

RETAIL BAKERIES. NONMANUFACTUR ING 

EGG AND POULTRY DEALERS 

OTHER 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

TOTAL 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. FRANCHISED 

DOMESTIC CAR DEALERS 

IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CAR DEALERS 

PASSENGER CAR DEALERS. NONFRANCHISED 

TIRE. BATTERY. ACCESSORY DEALERS 

HOME And AUTO SUPPLY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT. MARINE. AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

AIRCRAFT. BOAT. MOTORCYCLE DEALERS 

HOUSEHOLD TRAILER DEALERS 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 

GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 

TOTAL 

MEN'S. BOYS' APPAREL STORES. CUSTOM TAILORS. . . 
MEN'S. BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES . 
CUSTOM TAILORS 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING. SPECIALTY STORES 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

WOMEN'S ACCESSORY. SPECIALTY STORES. FURRIERS. 

MILLINERY STORES 

CORSET. LINGERIE STORES 

HOSIERY STORES 

APPAREL. ACCESSORY. OTHER SPECIALTY STORES . 

FURRIERS. FUR SHOPS 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 

SHOE STORES 

MEN'S SHOE STORES 

WOMEN'S SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. JUVENILES' SHOE STORES 

FAMILY SHOE STORES 

CHILDREN'S. INFANTS' WEAR STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL. ACCESSORY STORES 



13 719 10 133 2 265 647 



66 350 
26 289 
12 522 



368 I 
290 575 
46 509 
29 783 
1 216 
332 



127 
338 
109 
226 
128 



864 
206 
175 



1 849 

1 165 

125 



522 208 

463 204 

14 757 

3 832 

4 625 

7 741 
9 227 

13 566 

8 035 



381 635 
317 285 
247 083 

11 508 
58 694 
28 544 
16 603 

6 534 

12 669 

5 855 

6 364 



122 200 

29 973 

29 297 

676 

44 631 
36 797 
7 834 

1 047 
593 
339 

3 503 

2 352 

15 728 
26 135 
2 299 
7 601 
985 
15 250 



367 I 

290 575 
46 259 
29 221 

1 106 
258 



486 946 
436 712 
13 305 
3 466 
3 367 
3 511 
8 955 
13 206 
7 867 
5 339 
3 758 
666 



379 089 
317 285 
247 083 

11 508 
58 694 
26 586 
16 349 

6 534 

12 335 

5 749 

6 204 
382 



120 248 
29 403 
28 947 



44 367 
36 703 
7 664 
1 041 



2 232 

15 312 
25 485 
2 299 
7 601 
985 
14 600 
ID) 



8 696 
3 509 
1 779 



56 868 
45 239 
7 691 
3 768 
133 



37 



41 503 
34 876 

1 251 
374 
226 
472 
996 

2 920 
2 134 

786 
277 



109 



36 303 
29 124 
22 470 

1 579 
5 075 

2 279 
2 844 

888 

1 168 

713 

416 



18 395 
4 906 
4 809 



6 921 

5 759 

1 162 

167 



406 

2 117 

3 879 
534 

1 318 

125 

1 902 



(D) 



5 612 122 92 953 11 537 



162 869 
61 744 
34 490 



134 650 
909 469 
141 486 
80 101 
2 811 
783 



797 837 
671 916 
22 944 
6 812 
4 120 
10 808 
19 383 
54 690 
39 729 
14 



683 978 
549 106 
416 546 
26 806 
105 754 
43 486 
55 529 

17 724 

18 133 
10 910 

6 648 
575 



345 155 
92 083 
89 246 

2 837 

129 269 
108 405 
20 864 

3 036 



7 361 

40 522 
72 147 
10 302 
25 540 
2 335 
33 970 
101 



073 
730 
385 



12 665 

10 003 

385 



5 063 
3 968 
257 
838 
482 
648 
243 
205 



5 91 
1 265 
1 234 



800 
119 
130 
372 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. (D) Withtield to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. (X) Not applicable. 
'Nonslore retailers, part of SIC maior group 53. are shown separately in tliis table. 



RETAIL TRADE-AREA STATISTICS 



MARYLAND 22-13 



TABLE 4 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 1963-continued 



Total 
(number) 



Standard metropolitan statistical area and kind of business 



BALTIMORE SMSA- Contmued 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGSi EQUIPMENT STORES 

TOTAL 

FURNITUREi HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

FLOOR COVERING STORES 

DRAPERYi CURTAINi UPHOLSTERY STORES 

CHINAi GLASSWARE! METALWARE STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES 

RAOIOi TELEVISION STORES 

MUSIC STORES 

RECORD SHOPS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES 

EATINGi DRINKING PLACES 

TOTAL 

EATING PLACES 

RESTAURANTSi LUNCHROOMS 

CAFETERIAS 

REFRESHMENT PLACES 

CATERERS 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESI 

DRUG STORES! PROPRIETARY STORES 

TOTAL 

DRUG STORES 

PROPRIETARY STORES 

OTHER RETAIL STORES 

TOTAL 

LIQUOR STORES 

ANTIQUE STORESi SECONDHAND STORES 

ANTIOUE STORES 

SECONDHAND STORES 

BOOKi STATIONERY STORES 

BOOK STORES 

STATIONERY STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES. BICYCLE SHOPS 

SPORTING GOODS STORES 

BICYCLE SHOPS 

HAYi GRAIN> FEED STORES 

OTHER FARM SUPPLY STORES 

GARDEN SUPPLY STORES 

JEWELRY STORES 

FUEL. ICE DEALERS 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS 

ICE DEALERS 

FUEL OIL DEALERS 

BOTTLED GAS DEALERS 

FLORISTS 

CIGAR STORES. STANDS 

NEWS DEALERS. NEWSSTANDS