Rosario Liberto moves his business to San Antonio and renames it Liberto Market and Grocery, a retail grocery with a butcher market. There he sells, among other things, roasted coffee and roasted peanuts. Rosario’s son, Enrico (nicknamed Rico) works at his father’s side after completing the 8th grade in order to help put his six brothers and two sisters through school. Enrico delivers coffee on horse (Billy) and buggy.
Liberto family starts producing and selling peanuts to circus goers.