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Harry C. Bradley, Photographer
Harry C. Bradley, Photographer

Bradley, The Photographer

The prosperity of an art studio and picture gallery is indicative of refinement and culture. In the city we have Mr. H. C. Bradley conducting with success and much acceptance a general photographic business at No. 150 South College avenue. His studio and gallery are tastefully arranged and the walls beautifully decorated. Mr. Bradley enjoys the patronage of numerous friends and business acquaintances and has done so for over six years. He is a native of Iowa, a K. P. and a bright and intelligent representative of his artistic profession. His efforts are ably and graciously aided by Mrs. Bradley, a lady of most affable manner, liberal mind and refinement.

Wm. P. Hambitzer

The tonsorial establishment of Mr. Wm. P. Hambitzer at 235 Linden street is characterized by cleanliness and good work. Mr. Hambitzer has the leading union barber shop in the city, everything being strictly first class and up-to-date. He has been in business for over two years and enjoys the patronage and support of a large circle of friends and acquaintances. In addition, he has bath conveniences which his patrons take advantage of for the moderate charge of 25 cents.
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