The rural Jews were slow to free themselves from the old occupational restrictions. They remained faithful to the division of labor with their Christian neighbors, which was the trade in agricultural products and livestock, and everything that goes with it: slaughtering, fodder, fertilizer, leather and fur trade. Leather trade became shoe trade. Building materials were among the newer trade products. However, the advertisements were dominated by goods and services of daily use. The flying merchants settled down and soon offered their rich product range in large shop windows.