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The Fix-It Bicycle Shop (owner R. A. Bradley) at 140 S. College, c. 1904
The Fix-It Bicycle Shop (owner R. A. Bradley) at 140 S. College, c. 1904


R. A. Bradley

This establishment is located at Nos. 156-158 South College avenue and is the most reliable store of its kind in the city. Mr. Bradley conducts an automobile and bicycle agency, does automobile, gas engine and bicycle repairing, and supplies trunk keys. He is well posted in the details of his business and has met with pronounced success due in no small measure to his frank, courteous and straightforward manner. He is ever attentive to patrons and ever desirous of supplying just what they want not, what is "just as good."

Dennis F. O'Laughlin

In connection with the building trade there is no better known or respected contractor than Mr. Dennis F. O'Laughlin, who is an old residenter and has his place of business at No. 128 Linden street. Mr O'Laughlin is a plasterer and is kept well employed by builders and others who want their work well and satisfactorily done. He is a native of New Jersey, but has been in this district for many years. He is a man of cordial and upright disposition, who has the respect of numerous friends and patrons and is an exemplary citizen.
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