This livery stable in Rifle is a one and one-half story false front. Instead of a flat parapet, a semicircular pediment hides the upper gable end. Triangular peaked parapets are another common variation.
Jacob Snetzer’s tailor shop in Georgetown is a full two stories in height. Although the facade and side wall are both covered with horizontal wood siding, the facade is much more elaborate and features hood molding on the second-story windows, a secondary cornice above the sign and an embellished primary cornice with paired brackets.
A row of false front commercial buildings gives early 1880s Main Street in Dillon a prosperous and established appearance.