When you visit Lone Star Barbecue and Mercantile, be sure to check out some of the things that take you back in time.
  • The old mule-drawn plow stocks in the mercantile.
  • The Royal Crown and Coca Cola drink boxes in the mercantile.
  • The 1920's Coca Cola sign with merchant scribbling in its margins, located behind the cash register. This sign was found in the under-roofing of the smoke house, put there approximately 90 years ago to patch a leak.
  • Tongue and groove boards in each of the corridors connecting the stores, which came from an old two room school house located on Milligan Place, a local plantation.
  • Tables throughout the restaurant were made from heart pine roof trusses from the Old Milligan Place school house.
  • Original framed letter in Shuler's Store (main dining room) from Knute Rockne, famous University of Notre Dame football coach.
  • Movie set scenes from the 1989 motion picture, "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken", part of which was filmed in and around Zeagler's General Store (photos on Shuler Store walls).
  • Smokehouse in courtyard, once attached to Zeagler's General Store.
  • Whiskey Still on the porch of the smokehouse.
  • Outhouse or "privy" in the courtyard.
  • Large sign of railroad engineer on exterior wall of Zeagler's General Store, painted for the motion picture "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken", starring Cliff Robertson.
  • Artifact collection of Indian arrowheads, pipes, old bottles, etc., in Zeagler's General Store (on loan to Lone Star from Doug Patterson).