On October 5, 1837 an advertisement in the Woodstock Sentinal newspaper announced S.M.B. Stewart of Mt. Jackson was selling his tavern on Main Street in that community. The sale bill reported it was a "large and commodious" public house that served travelers along the Valley Turnpike. The exact location of this business and the dates it operated are unknown.
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“S.M.B. Stewart Tavern,” Shenandoah Stories, accessed August 15, 2018, http://archives.countylib.org/tour/items/show/237.