I find it interesting that the roadster in the foreground, the coupe ahead of it, and the coupe diagonally to the right of that coupe are all without spare tires.
The T touring, third up on the left, has one of those ornate front fender braces which goes over the headlamps.
Lastly, notice that the open and enclosed body styles are almost evenly split, evidence that by the later Twenties more people favored the comfort and year round convenience of the enclosed car despite the higher cost.
Something is going on next to the Jones Drug Store. Auction? Furniture sale? Are those chair legs in the Rumble seat lower right?