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Image 3 of The State College cadet, vol. 6, no. 8, April 1896

Part of The State College cadet

The Lexington Steam Laundry, I09 and in EAST MAIN STSEET. Modern Machinery, High Class Work. J. W- WOODS, Agent, Room 34, Old Dormitory. E Which is the Cheapest Store in Town? t ilS§»‘}I??1{’{‘.§iZ"Z£}$zII£i$?S ‘""1 RACK E T STORE t A SELLS GOODS OHEEPER than any house in the business. V _ F xve e-mwv ¤ FIILL LINE of Q Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Stationery, etc. ’ J. D. PURCEI.L, U V 11-15 West Main St. Y J T VA N C E Cook Stoves, Gasoline . . ` , Stoves, Oil Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Coolersand Cream Freezers. I‘u11Lme of GOOD POCKET KNIVES FOR THE BOYS, Prices 25c Up. ¤ 20 W. MAIN sramm. HAM ILTON FEMALE COLLEGE. *··‘* L.E.XlNGTON,_ KY. _ 5 J B. SKINNER, President. Good Meat At Reasonable Prices Why not go to a Wholesale Dealer who L ·` Retails at prices to suit you. { ‘ -———\\'Imlesnlo and Retail l)¤·alorand:$l1ip]1c1·ol'All Kinds M1- Fresh Meat, Bacon, Lard and Sausage. G. R. F O ST E R, L 26 and 28 Market House, Lexington, Ky.