4) Bracey and Co. was one of the earliest general stores in Bracey. Built in 1900 by Waller Bracey son of A.H. Bracey. Waller Bracey sold everything from coffins to penny candy. The store was well remembered for it’s old-fashioned soda fountain. Waller Bracey also handled many funerals, maintained birth and death certificates as the registrar for the community, and served as postmaster in the store prior to the building of the post office. *Interesting Fact: The original building burned down in 1918; Waller replaced it with the present brick building.